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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

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1966-1970 



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KINGS 

MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION 

of 

Cleveland County 

North Carolina 

One Hundred Sixteenth Annual Session 

Held With 

DOUBLE SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH 

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20-21, 1966 

NEXT SESSION WITH 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SHELBY 

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17-18, 1967 

Inspirational Sermon _Rev. Norman Brown 

Doctrinal Sermon __ Rev. Wilson Harmon 

Missionary Sermon -^ Rev. Kenneth Gibson 

The Womans Missionary Union Annual Session will meet vdth 
the Bethlehem Baptist Church, Shelby, April 4, 1967. 



KINGS 

MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION 

of 

Cleveland County 

North Carolina 

One Hundred Sixteenth Annual Session 

Held With 

DOUBLE SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH 

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20-21, 1966 

NEXT SESSION WITH 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SHELBY 

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17-18, 1967 

Inspirational Sermon Rev. Norman Brown 

Doctrinal Sermon Rev. Wilson Harmon 

Missionary Sermon Rev. Kenneth Gibson 

The Womans Missionary Union Annual Session will meet with 
the Bethlehem Baptist Church, Shelby, April 4, 1967. 







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The Double Springs Baptist Church was organized in 1844 with 34 
charter members. The church grew out of a background of religious 
services conducted by Drury Dobbins and others. The people first met 
together on a slope near two large springs, which gave the church its 
name. The Kings Mountain Baptist Association was organized at a 
meeting held at Double Springs on November" 7, 1851 and celebrated 
it's Centennial by meeting there in 1950. Since its organization the Asso- 
ciation has met six times. (1896, 1880, 1900, 1924, 1950 and 1966) 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. came to Double Springs in 1962 from the First 
Baptist Church of Carthage, N. C. He attended Wingate Junior College 
and Furman University and graduated from Southern Seminary. His 
wife is the former Katherine Humphries and they have four children: 
Mrs. Wayen Clary of Shelby, C. A., Ill, a Junior in Mars Hill College, 
Mary and Roy. While at Carthage Rev. Kirby was moderator of the 
Sandhills Association. 



CONTENTS 
ASSOCIATION AL OFFICERS: ^ 

BROTHERHOOD - 7 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS OF ASSOCIATION Opposite R 10 

GENERAL OFFICERS - 5 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 5 

MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY 7 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT 8 

NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 5 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE 7 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 8 

TRAINING UNION 8 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 7 

COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION: 

ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL 5 

AUDITING 11 

CALENDAR 6 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 6 

CONSTITUTION 6 

EVANGELISM 5 

FINANCE . 6 

HISTORICAL 7 

MEMBERSHIP ._ 6 

NOMINATIONS 6 

ORDER OF BUSINESS 5 

ORDINATIONS 6 

PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY 7 

PLACE AND PREACHER 7 

REGION EIGHT CAMP COMMITTEE 11 

RESOLUTIONS 6 

TRUSTEES 5 

DIRECTORY OF MINISTERS: 

ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 9 

LICENSED MINISTERS 9 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 9 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 9 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 9 

ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 9 

PASTORS OF CHURCHES IN THE ASSOCIATION Table A 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION: 

BY-LAWS OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL WMU 47 

/ MINUTES OF THE WMU ANNUAL SESSION 44 

WMU TREASURER'S REPORT 46 

GENERAL HISTORICAL AND REFERENCE MATERIALS: 

ARTICLES OF FAITH 25 

CHURCH GROUPS ^____„ 72 

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS 20 

HISTORICAL DATA (ASSOCIATIONAL MEETINGS) 48 

HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST IN CHURCHES IS 

MAP OF THE ASSOCIATION Center 

MESSENGERS ATTENDING ASSOCIATIONAL MEETING 12 

MODERATOR'S MESSAGE 39 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL MEETING 30 

ZIP CODE LISTINGS 72 



REPORTS 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY R 2 

ANNUITY BOARD R 2 

AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS R 3 

AUDITING COMMITTEE 16 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL . R 3 

BEAUTIFICATION R 4 

BIBLICAL RECORDER R 4 

BROTHERHOOD R 5 

CHILDREN'S HOMES R 6 

CO-OPERATIVE PROGRAM R 7 

DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 14 

EVANGELISM R 8 

FOREIGN MISSIONS R 8 

GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE R 9 

GENERAL BOARD: 

SUMMARY OF WORK OF BOARD R 9 

BUDGET R 6 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE R 10 

HOME MISSIONS _ R 11 

HOMES FOR AGING . R 12 

LIBRARIAN'S R 12 

MEMORIALS: 

IN MEMORIUM 16 

OUR iBELOVED DEAD 17 

MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY R 13 

MISSIONS COUNCIL R 13 

MUSIC MINISTRY R 13 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION R 14 

ORDER OF BUSINESS (Program) R 1 

ORDINATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE R 14 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE R 15 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 15 

ROYAL AMBASSADOR R 15 

SEMINARY EXTENSION DEPARTMENT 15 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN BAPTIST CAMP R 15 

SUNDAY SCHOOL R 16 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS R 16 

TRAINING UNION R 17 

TREASURER'S R 18 

TRUSTEES R 20 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION R 20 

CHURCH OFFICERS: 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS Table E 

CHAIRMEN OF DEACON BOARDS Table S 

CHAIRMEN OF HISTORY COMMITTEES 10 

CHURCH LIBRARIANS Table G 

CLERKS Table I 

MUSIC DIRECTORS Table D 

PASTORS Table A 

PIANISTS OR ORGANISTS Table D 

SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS Table B 

TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS Table C 

TREASURERS Table H 

W M U PRESIDENTS Table F 

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ASSOCIATION AL DIRECTORY 

Moderator: Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr Rt. 4, Shelby 

Vice-Moderator: Rev. Norman Brown 411 Peach St., Shelby 

Clerk-Treasurer: Rev. Billy G. Washburn Box 24, Shelby 

Historian: Dr. w Wyan Washburn Boiling Springs 

Music Director: Mr. Morris Jordan 1125 Scottsdale Dr., Shelby 

Organist: Mrs. E. T. Bailey 613 Lineberger St., Shelby 

Sunday School Superintendent: Dr. Paul Johnson Rt. 1, Grover 

Training Union Director: Rev. Dale Clark Rt. 3, Shelby 

W.M.U. President: Mrs. W. E. McSwain Rt. 2, Shelby 

Brotherhood Director: Mr. Paul Lancaster Box 709, Kings Mtn. 

Chairman of Library Council: Mrs. A. L. Calton _ Lattimore 

Superintendent of Missions: Rev. S. 0. Greene Box 24, Shelby 

Office Secretary: Mrs. Odessa B. (Fred) Crisp Box 24, Shelby 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Baptist Children's Homes: Dr. A. B. Wood 413 Stroud Rd., Shelby 

Baptist Homes for Aging: Mr. Walter Davis Rt. 5, Shelby 

Baptist Hospital: Dr. John Hamrick_ Box 28, Shelby 

Baptist Colleges: Dr. Eugene Boston Boiling Springs 

NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

Rev. Dennis Larkins Rt. 5, Shelby 

Mr. Carlos Young 922 W. Sumpter St., Shelby 

TRUSTEES 

Mr. J. A. West, Chairman 121 Hillside Dr. Shelby 

Mr. John H. Beam 112 Wells St., Kings Mtn. 

Mr. George W. Hamrick 202 E. Marion St., Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Rev. Cline Borders, Chairman Box 308, Lawndale 

Rev. L. M. Tenery Box 892, Shelby 

Rev. Robert Mann 100 N. Gaston St., Kings Mtn. 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr., (Moderator) Rt. 4, Shelby 

Mr. Morris Jordan (Music Director) 1125 Scottsdale Dr., Shelby 

Rev. Billy G. Washburn (Clerk) Box 24, Shelby 

ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL 

Dr. Paul Johnson, Chairman (S.S. Supt.) Rt. 1, Grover 

Rev. Dale Clark, (T.U. Director) Rt. 3, Shelby 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain (W.M.U. President) Rt. 2, Shelby 

Mr, Paul Lancaster (Brotherhood Director) Box 709, Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Woodrow Flynn (Evangelism Chairman) 609 Charles Rd., Shelby 

Rev. Billy G. Washburn (Treasurer) Box 24, Shelby 

Mr. Morris Jordan (Music Director) 1125 Scottsdale Dr., Shelby 

Rev. Russell Fitts (1968) Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Rev. Harold Threatt (1969) Rt. 6, Box 274A, Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM 

Rev. Woodrow Flynn, Chairman 609 Charles Rd., Shelbv 

Dr. Ernest Arnold 710 W. Oak St., Shelby 

Rev. Wayne Ashe Rt. 2, Kings Mtn. 

Mr. Clifford Hughes 320 Woodside Dr., Shelby 

Mr. Bill McDaniels 205 Roxford Rt., Kings Mtn. 



COMMIITEE ON FINANCE 

Rev. Norman Brown, Chairman 411 Peach St., Shelby 

Rev. E. M. Smith 14 W. Hawkins St., Shelby 

Mr. Hubert Dixon Boiling Springs 

Rev. Roland Leath Box 1352, Shelby 

Rev. Billy G. Washburn (Treasurer) Box 24, Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 

Rev. Joel Jenkins, Chairman Earl 

Rev. Fred Crisp Box 237, Grover 

Rev. Wilson Padgett 1012 Buffalo St., Shelby 

Rev. James Holder Rt. 3, Kings Mtn. 

Rev. H. R. Cathey Fallston 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Rev. J. E. Bishop, Chairman Rt 2, Shelby 

Mrs. John Wacaster 515 Franklin Ave., Shelby 

Rev. N. S. Hardin Rt. 2, Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Wilson Harmon Waco 

Mrs. Paul A. Lancaster Box 709, Kings Mtn. 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Dr. Joseph T. McClain, Chairman 405 W. Marion St., Shelby 

Dr. Eugene Boston Boiling Springs 

Rev. James Wilder Box 629, Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Richard Plyler Rt. 1, Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Forrest Teague 777 Lowery St., Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

Rev. James Stamey, Chairman Rt. 3, Shelby 

Rev. Fred McGehee Rt. 6, Shelby 

Rev. James Sides Rt. 5, Shelby 

Rev. R. L. McGaha 611 Gantt St., Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Harry S. Walker 823 Churchill Dr. Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON CALENDAR 

Rev. Norman Brown (Vice-Moderator), Chairman 411 Peach St., Shelby 

Rev. Paul Johnson (S.S. Supt.) Rt. 1, Grover 

Rev. Dale Clark (T.U. Director) Rt. 3, Shelby 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain (W.M.U. President) Rt. 2, Shelby 

Mr. Paul Lancaster (Brotherhood President) Box 709, Kings Mtn. 

Mr. Morris Jordan (Music Director) 1125 Scottsdale Dr., Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

Rev. James Stamey, Chairman Rt. 3, Shelby 

Mrs. A. A. Jolley 222 Walker St., Kings Mtn. 

Mrs. Bessie Cartee 504 Clegg St., Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Rev. Ernest Smith, Chairman 14 W. Hawkins St., Shelby 

Rev. D. W. Digh 1321 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 

Rev. John Hallman Rt. 2, Vale 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain Rt. 2, Shelby 

Mrs. Cline Borders Box 308, Lawndale 



COMMITTEE ON PLACE AND PREACHERS 

Rev. Oscar Funderburke, Chairman Rt. 4, Shelby 

Mrs. Lawrence Roberts 603 S. Washington St., Shelby- 
Mrs. C. C. Warlick Rt. 1, Lawndale 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Dr. W. Wyan Washburn, Chairman Boiling Springs 

Rev. Robert Trexler Boiling Springs 

Rev. C. 0. Greene Box 24, Shelby 

Mrs. Louise Dubesco Casar 

Mrs. Allen Jolley P. 0. Box 786, Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Max Linnins Boiling Springs 

Mr. Hubbard Hamrick 930 W. Warren St., Shelby 

Mr. G. T. Cabaniss 740 Vale St., Shelby 

PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY COMMITTEE 

Mr. Fred R. Mauney, Chairman 1307 Hammock Ave., Shelby 

Rev. Boyd Cannon Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Mr. E. D. Lewis 209 Country Club Rd., Shelby 

Mrs. Lawrence Roberts 603 S. Washington St., Shelby 

Mrs. C. C. Warlick Rt. 1, Lawndale 

OFFICERS OF THE PASTORS CONFERENCE 

President: Rev. Russell Fitts Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Vice-President: Dr. Paul Johnson Rt. 1, Grover 

Secretary: Rev. James Graham Rt. 2, Kings Mtn. 

Chorister: Rev. Wilson Padgett 1012 Buffalo St., Shelby 

Pianist: Rev. Floyd Willis 3170 Westover St., Kings Mtn. 

OFFICERS OF THE MINISTERS' WIVES' AUXILIARY 

President: Mrs. Norman Brown 411 Peach St., Shelby 

1st Vice-President: Mrs. C. O. Greene Rt. 1, Lawndale 

2nd Vice-President: Mrs. Hugh Borders Lattimore 

Secretary and Treasurer: Mrs. James Holder Rt. 3, Kings Mtn. 

OFFICERS OF THE BROTHERHOOD 

Director: Mr. Paul Lancaster Box 709, Kings Mtn. 

Assistant Director: Mr. George Hamrick 407 Forest Hill Dr., Shelby 

Secretary: Mr. Fred Jones Rt. 4, Shelby 

President of Baptist Men: 

President of Baptist Young Men: Mr. John Washburn Rt. 5, Shelby 

Mission Action Leader: 

Mission Study Leader: Mr. J. T. Gellispie Boiling Springs 

Royal Ambassador Leader: Mr. Bill Philbeck^ .1408 Beverly Ave., Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

President: Mrs. W. E. McSwain Rt. 2, Shelby 

Vice-President: Mrs. S. C. Harrill Lattimore 

Secretary: Mrs. J. B. Price Rt. 3, Ellenboro 

Treasurer: Mrs. Carl Hamrick Box 293, Boiling Springs 

Y, W. A. Director: Mrs. Kenneth Howell 323 .Grice St., Shelby 

G. A. Director: Mrs. John Baker Box 865, Shelby 

Sunbeam Director: Mrs. Eugene Roberts 818 Piedmont Ave., Kings Mtn. 

Mission Study: Mrs. Recca Bingham Rt. 1, Box 105, Shelby 

Prayer Chairman: Mrs. James B. Sides Rt. 5, Shelby 

Stewardship: Mrs. Cleatus Hunsinger 408 Lackey St., Ext., Shelby 

Community Missions: Mrs. Clyde Dover Rt. 1, Shelby 



Publications and Publicity: Mrs. W. H. Gardner Rt. 4, Shelby 

Enlistment: Mrs. Cecil Murray Box 220, Shelby 

Social: Mrs. R. T. Martin Rt. 6, Shelby 

Group Leaders: 

Polkville: Mrs. Frank Spurling Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Lattimore: Miss Ollie Moore Boiling Springs 

Shelby: Mrs. R. S. Jenkins 12 W. Hawkins St., Shelby 

Kings Mtn.: Mrs. Annie B. Jolley 222 Walker St., Kings Mtn. 

Grover: Mrs. Mary Lou Collins Grover 

Waco: Mrs. Charles Propst Rt. 5, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Superintendent: Dr. Paul Johnson Rt. 1, Grover 

Associate of Evangelism and Enlargement :Rev. Hugh Borders -Lattimore 

Associate of VBS: Rev. Joel Jenkins Earl 

Secretary: Mrs. Fred Crisp Box 237, Grover 

Group Superintendents: 

Waco: Rev. Wilson Harmon Box 79, Waco 

Shelby: Rev. Harold Threatt Rt. 6, Shelby 

Lattimore: Rev. J. E. Bishop Rt. 2, Shelby 

Grover: Rev. Fred McGehee Rt. 6, Shelby 

Polkville: Rev. E. C. Willingham Casar 

Kings Mtn.: Rev. Darrell Coble 411 York Rd., Kings Mtn. 

Age Group Superintendents: 

Nursery and Cradle Roll: Mrs. Max Linnins Boiling Springs 

Beginner: Mr. Williard Boyles Rt. 3, Kings Mtn. 

Primary: Mrs. Odell Benton Grover Rd., Kings Mtn. 

Junior: Miss Dorothy Sue Hamrick Boiling Springs 

Intermediate: Mr. Jerry Dycus Rt. 1, Grover 

Young People: Rev. Russell Fitts Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Adult: Mr. Dean Garver 1411 Beverly Ave., Shelby 

Extension: Rev. W. V. Tarlton Rt. 5, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE TRAINING UNION 

Director: Rev. Dale Clark Rt. 3, Shelby 

Associate Director in charge of Leadership Training: 

Rev. Harry Walker 823 Churchill Drive, Shelby 

Director New Member Training: Rev. John Hallman Rt. 2, Vale 

Chorister: Mr. Robert Decker 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Pianist: 

Pastor Advisor: Rev. Fred Crisp Box 237, Grover 

Grout) Directors: 

Grover: Rev. Fred McGehee Rt. 6, Shelby 

Kings Mtn.: Rev. Floyd Willis 1370 Westover, Kings Mtn. 

Lattimore: Rev. James Stamey Rt. 3, Shelby 

Polkville: Rev. Russell Fitts Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Shelby: Rev. Harold Threatt Rt. 6, Box 274A, Shelby 

Waco: Rev. Lanny Elmore Rt. 5, Shelby 

Department Leaders: 

Nursery, Beginner, Primary: Mrs. J. J. Guffey___510 Gardner St., Shelby 

Junior: Mrs. George Hamrick 304 S. Post, Shelby 

Intermediates: Mrs. Wilson Harmon Box 79, Waco 

Young People: Mrs. Dale Clark Rt. 3, Shelby 

Adults: Rev. Hugh Borders Lattimore 

OFFICERS OF THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

Director: Mr. Morris Jordan 1125 Scottsdale Ave., Shelby 

Organist: Mrs. E. T. Bailey 613 Lineberger St., Shelby 

Music Committee: 

Mr. Thurmond Copeland 775 Lackey St., Shelby 

Mr. Robert Decker 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Allen Jolley Box 786, Kings Mtn. 



ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTER OF EDUCATION 

Copeland, Thurmond (MM & Ed.), 508 Lackey St., Shelby Calvary 

Decker, Robert L. (MM & Ed), 315 Elizabeth Ave., Shelby Elizabeth 

Jolley, R. Allen (MM & Ed), 701 W. King St., Kings Mountain 

First Baptist (KM) 

Jordan, Morris (MM & Ed), 406 Woodside Dr., Shelby Dover 

Leath, Roland (AP & ME), Box 1352, Shelby First Baptist (S) 

McKee, Bill (ME), 608 DeKalb St., Shelby Second Baptist (S) 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Adams, Richard, 426 E. Suttle, Shelby Calvary 

Allen, Paul, Rt. 1, Grover Grover First 

Bell, Jimmy, Rt. 3, Kings Mtn. Oak Grove 

Blanton, David, 617 Grover St. Shelby Westview 

Brown, Eugene, Rt. 1, Shelby Wallace Grove 

Davis, C. L., Rt. 1, Shelby Mulls Memorial 

Davis, Jack, Rt 3, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Edwards, Wray, Rt. 2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

Holland, Donald, Pine St., Lincolnton Elliott Springs 

Jenkins, Bill, Rt. 6, Shelby _ Patterson Springs 

Jolley, R. Allen, Box 786, Kings Mtn. Kings Mtn. First 

Ledbetter, Don, Rt. 2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

McSwain, W. A., Rt. 2, Kings Mtn. David 

Millwood, Gene, 7 Winder St., Shelby Community 

Moss, Solon, Rt. 3, Kings Mtn. Temple 

Pennington, Herman, Rt. 6, Shelby New Camp Creek 

Ross, Donald, Box 276, Boiling Springs Eastside (S) 

Sain, Howard, Rt. 3, Lawndale Carpenters Grove 

Wilkinson, Mike, Box 197, Boiling Springs Shelby Second 

Wright, Herschel, Rt. 1, Kings Mtn. Patterson Grove 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Buff, Cecil, Lawndale Lawndale 

Hamrick, Clyde, 604 Northern St., Shelby Calvary 

Lamb, Dr. Robert L., Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 
Blanton, David, 617 Grover St., Shelby Westview 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 

Blalock, Jesse, Rt. 4, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Roberts, Lawrence, Rt.6, Shelby Elizabeth 

ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Abrams, R. W. (O. M. Ed.) Boiling Springs 

Allen, Dr. Garland (O. M. Ed.) __Boiling Springs 

Ballard, Thomas (O. M. Ed.) Boiling Springs 

Biggerstaff, W. P. (O. M. R.) Rt. 5, Shelby 

Blankenship, Ernest (O. M. Ed.) Boiling Springs 

Bray, T. W. (O. M. R.) Vale St., Shelby 

Broughton, J. B. (0. M. R) 814 Kings Rd., Shelby 

Burgin, Max (0. M. Ch.) Ft. Gordon, Ga. 

Cantrell, J. R. (O. M. I.) Boiling Springs 

Cloninger, John (0. M. R.) 307 Margrace, Kings Mountain 



Collins, W. S. (0. M. R.) 702 E. King St., Kings Mountain 

Crow, C. C. (0. M. Ed.) 765 Lowery St., Shelby 

Davis, R. W. (0. M. I.) Route 5, Shelby 

Digh, Ray (O. M.) 3001 Poplar Circle, Shelby 

Elliott, E. S. (O. M. R.) 118 Grover St., Shelby 

Gore, E. O. (O. M. I.) Rt. 1, Kings Mtn. 

Greene, C. O. (O. M. D.) Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Harrill, Hugh (O. M, R.) . Rt. 4, Shelby 

Hicks, J. J. (O. M. R.) Route 1, Grover 

Hoffman, J. E. (0. M. R.) Route 2, Vale 

Howell, T G., Jr. (O. M.) 1547 Kings Rd., Shelby 

Hoyle, Clarence (0. M. I.) 315 S. Martin St., Shelby 

Hughes, N. D. (0. M. R.) Route 6, Shelby 

Jenkins, J. L. (0. M. R.) Boiling Springs 

Jones, Leroy (0 M.) Box 111, Lawndale 

Lamb, Dr. Robert L. (O. M. Ed.) Boiling Springs 

Leath, Roland (0. M.; M. E.) Box 1352, Shelby 

Lewis, Dr. Thurman (0. M. Ed.) Boiling Springs 

Lowery, M. M. (0. M.) 618 S. DeKalb St., Shelby 

Malone, Dr. Frank H. (0. M. R.) 728 Blanton St, Shelby 

Matthews, Broaddus (O. M.) Route 2, Kings Mountain 

McAlister, James (0. M. Ed.) Boiling Springs 

McSwain, W. L. (0. M. R.) Route 1, Blacksburg, S. C. 

Morrisett, Stephen (0. M. R.) Boiling Springs 

Perkins, Tom (0. M. Ed.) _ Boiling Springs 

Poston, Carl (0. M. L) Box 627, Shelby 

Poston, Dr. Eugene (O. M. Ed.) Boiling Springs 

Propst, R. Albert (0. M. CH.) .. U. S. Naval Hospital, Charleston, S. C. 

Ramsuar, Bill (0. M. L) Route 2, Lawndale 

Redmond, W H. (0. M. L) 200 Fairview, Kings Mountain 

Ross, Sherman (0. M. R.) Rt. 5, Shelby 

Stepp, Emmet (O. M. Rt. 4, Shelby 

Stewart, Charles (O. M. L) Route 1, Gastonia 

Trexler, Robert (O. M. Ed.) Boiling Springs 

Waldrop, H. E. (O. M. R.) 229 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Walker, C. W. (0. M I.) Route 2, Shelby 

Wall, Dr. Zeno (0. M. R.) 853 W. Marion St., Shelby 

Ward, John (0. M.; M. M.) 614 Kingsbury St., Shelby 

Whitaker, L. R. (0. M. I.) Route 5, Shelby 

Wilkie, Darvin (0 M.) 1325 Eastview Ext., Shelby 

Wood, Dr. A. B. (0. M. R.) 413 Stroud Rd., Shelby 

Wright, E. E. (O. M.I.) Elam St., Lawndale 

Wright, Ray (0. M.) Route 2, Kings Mountain 

CHAIRMAN OF HISTORY COMMITTEES 

Mr. Brady Lail, Route 1, Grover Allen Memorial 

Mr. John Gold, 413 W. Circle Dr., Shelby Bethel 

Mr. J. C. Randle, Route 2, Kings Mountain Bethlehem 

Mrs. M. A. Jolley, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Miss Sandra Champion, Route 3, Kings Mountain Buffalo 

Mr. Joe Howell, 717 Blanton St., Shelby Calvary 

Mrs. Boyd Warlick, Route 3, Lawndale Carpenter's Grove 

Mrs. Louis Dubesko, Casar Casar 

Mrs. Kenneth Grayson, 830 Churchill Dr., Shelby Churchill Drive 

Mrs. Bill Babb, Route 2, Kings Mountain David 

Mr. Ralph Spangler, Route 1, Lawndale Double Shoals 

Mr. C. C. Padgett, Lattimore Double Springs 

Mrs. Clyde Bridges, Box 77, Shelby Dover 

Mrs. Gilbert Edwards, Route 5, Shelby Elliott Memorial- 
Mrs. W. F. Fleming, 108 Myers St., Kings Mountain Faith 



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Mr. Buron Ledbetter, Route 2, Shelby Flint Hill 

Mr. Clarence Carpenter, 118 Mountain St., Kings Mtn._ -Kings Mountain 
Miss Betty K. Davis, 302 Walker St., Kings Mtn. Kings Mountain, First 

Mrs. C. M. Lankford, 806 Church St., Kings Mtn Kings Mtn., Second 

Miss Minne A. Forney, Box 54, Lawndale Lawndale 

Mr. Oliver T. Gunnells, 824 Margrace, iKngs Mtn. Macedonia 

Mrs. C. V. Harrill, Route 2, Shelbj^ Mount Sinai 

Mr. Haley C. D^dmon, Route 2, Lawndale New Bethel 

Miss Thelma Earl, Earl _New Hope 

Mrs. Paul Hord, Route 1, Shelby New Prospect 

Mrs. Lee Bess, Route 1, Cherryville North Brook 

Mrs. Carolyn Lail, Route 3, Kings Mountain Oak Grove 

Mrs. Mozell McSwain, Route 6, Shelby Patterson Springs 

Mrs. Colleen McSwain, Box 463 Shelby Peach Street 

Mrs. Alice Ramsey, 110 Benfield Rd., Kings Mtn. Piedmont 

Mr. H. M. Gardner, Route 5, Shelby Pleasant Grove 

Mrs. Max McSwain, Route 4, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Mr. Ben Davis, Shelby, Route 3 Polkville 

Mr. Ernest Hoyle, Route 3, Shelby Poplar Springs 

Mrs. L. H. Ledford, 822 E. Marion, Shelby Ross Grove 

Mr. Hubbard Hamrick, 930 W. Warren, Shelby Shelby, First 

Mr. G. M. Murray, Waco Waco 

Mrs. Jack Shull, 1312 Wesson Rd., Shelby Westview 

Mr. G. T. Cabaniss, Route 5, Shelby Zion 

Mrs. A. D. Davidson, Route 2, Shelby Zoar 



REGION EIGHT CAMP COMMITTEE 

Mrs. L. P. Williams, Chairman 807 Brittain Dr., Shelby 

Mr. Kenneth Dedmon Fallston 

Rev. Kenneth Gibson Box 64, Polkville 

Mr. M. L. Smith Fallston 

Mr. Lansford Jolley Boiling Springs 

Mrs. Clyde Dover Rt. 1, Box 451, Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON AUDITING 

Mr. Joseph M. Wright, Chairman . 105 East Ave., Shelby 

Mr. Paul A. Lancaster P. 0. Box 709, Shelby 

Rev. Hugh L. Borders Lattimore 



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MESSENGERS ATTENDING THE ANNUAL MEETING 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Rev. George Thornburg, Mrs. John Howard, 
Mr. George Fitch, Mrs. C. L. Owensby. 

BEAVER DAM: Rev. and Mrs. Oscar Funderburke, Mrs. M. H. 
Hamrick, Mr. Buron Blanton, Mrs. Carson Hamrick, Mr. E. D. Hum- 
phries, Mrs. Bill Carpenter, Mrs. Ishmael Weaver, Mr. Ralph Hamrick, 
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Justice. 

BETHANY: Mrs. Frances Caveny, Mrs. Ralph Goforth. 

BETHEL: Mrs. Leonard Yelton, Mrs. John Gold. 

BETHLEHEM: Rev. and Mrs. James Graham, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 
Pheagin, Mr. Bill McDaniel. 

BOILING SPRINGS: Rev. T. Max Linnens, Dr. Eugene Boston, Dr. 
Wyan Washburn. 

BUFFALO: Rev. A. C. Phipps, Mrs. Hugh Lackey, Mr. W. H. Kale, 
Mr. J. C. Tilley, Mrs. Hudson Hoyle. 

CALVARY: Rev. Woodrow Flynn, Miss Bessie Cartee, Mrs. Joe 
Bailey, Mrs. Joe Sparks. 

CARPENTERS GROVE: Rev. D. Boyd Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Carl 
Miller, Mrs. Selma Brackett. 

CASAR: Rev. Elford Willingham, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brittain, Mr. 
A. A. Pruett, Mr. Harold Floyd, Mr. Don Melton. 

CHURCHILL DRIVE: Rev. Harry S. Walker, Mrs. Richard Jolley. 

COMMUNITY: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tessneer, Rev. Gene Millwood. 

DAVID: Rev. and Mrs. N. S. Hardin, Mr. W. A. McSwain, Mrs. L. V. 
Hoyle, Mrs. Lee Deveney. 

DOUBLE SHOALS: Rev. and Mrs. Russell Fitts, Rev. C. 0. Greene, 
Miss Florence Seism, Mrs. R. L, Eskridge, Mrs. C. R. Spangler. 

DOUBLE SPRINGS: Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr., Mr. Wilbur Cabiness, 
Mr. B. B. Scruggs, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Calton, Mr. J. C. Washburn, Mrs. 
W. B. Glascoe, Mrs. Bryan Causby, Mrs. Herschel Wilson, Mr. F. E. 
Greene, Mrs. A. V. Washburn. 

DOVER: Rev. Ernest M. Smith, Mr. Morris L. Jordon, Mrs. E. T. 
Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Conner, Mr. and 
Mrs. G. H. Dover, Mrs. B. F. Morgan. 

EASTSIDE (KM): Rev. and Mrs. Darrell Coble, Mrs. L. T. Alex- 
ander, Mrs. Lawrence Putnam, Mrs. W. A. Russell, Mrs. Jerry Williams, 
Mr. W. F. Lowrance. 

EASTSIDE (S): Rev. and Mrs. Wilson W. Padgett, Mrs. Vance 
Jenkins, Mrs. Craig Whisnant. 

ELIZABETH: Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Elliott, Mr. Robert L. Decker, 
Mr. Julian Campbell, Mr. Ralph Tucker, Mr. Robert W. Borders, Mr. 
Buford L. Self, Mr. Vetas Blanton, Mr. Thomas M. Curry, Jr., Mrs. 
Hugh Long, Mrs. R. T. Martin. 

EMMANUEL: Mrs. Ellen Stroud, Mrs. Maggie Rayfield. 

FAITH: Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Luckadoo. 

FALLSTON: Rev. H. R. Cathey, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Spurling, Mrs. 
C. L. Hoyle, Mrs. C. 0. Hoyle, Mrs. John M. Hoyle. 

FLINT HILL: Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Toney, Mr. Waynett Scruggs, Mr. 
Irvin Scruggs. 

GROVER, FIRST: Rev. and Mrs. Fred Crisp. 

HIGHLAND: Rev. Leonard M. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Newton, 
Mrs. R. M. Porter. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN: Rev. James M. Wilder, Mr. Kyle Smith, Mrs. 
J. E. Hullender, Mrs. Glee A. Bridges, Mrs. E. R. Roberts, Mrs. Odell 
Benton. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN, FIRST: Rev. Robert C. Mann, Mr. Allen Jolley, 
Mrs. James White, Mrs. A. W. Kincaid, Mrs. Earl Ledford, Mr. W. A. 
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Moorhead. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN, SECOND: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lankford, Mr. 
and Mrs. W. H. Redmond, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kiser, Mr. Cecil Owens, 
Mrs. Howard Allen, Mrs. M. C. Wood. 



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LATTIMORE: Rev. Hugh L. Borders, Mr. Norman B. Lee, Mrs. 
Lillie Wilson, Katie Mai Toms, Mrs. James Cornwell, Mr. Harrill L. 
Blanton, Mr. S. C. Harrill, Mrs. T. A. Lattimore. 

LAWNDALE: Rev. Raymond C. Needham, Mr. Fred W. Denton. 

LILY MEMORIAL: Rev. D. W. Digh, Mr. T. L. Morrison, Mr. Archie 
Hamrick, Mr. Gary Whisnant, Mr. Clyde Wilson, Mr. Noah Hoppes. 

LOVE VALLEY: Rev. Earl M. Redding. 

MACEDONIA: Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Ashe, Mr. and Mrs. Wade 
Hartsoe, Mrs. Vada Herndon, Mrs. Ada Jenkins. 

MIDVIEW: Rev. R. C. Franks. 

MOUNT SINAI: Rev. James K. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Billy J. 
Ellis, Mrs. Horace Glenn. 

MULLS MEMORIAL: Rev. and Mrs. Lanny Elmore, Mrs. G. E. 
Wright, Mr. W. W. Bowen, Mr. Earl Johnson. 

NEW BETHEL: M/. and Mrs. T. S. Putnam, Mr. Beauford Hord, 
Mr. Daniel E. Beam, Mrs. Johnny Elmore, Mrs. Floyd Cline. 

NEW BUFFALO: Rev. George L. Willis, Mrs. Minnie Martin, Mr. 
G. C. Hord. 

NEW HOPE: Rev. Joel P. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Hopper, Mrs. 
Pink Poston, Miss Thelma Earl, Mrs. Charlie Wright, Mrs. Ben Turner, 
Mrs. T. L. Moss. 

NEW PROSPECT: Rev. Billy G. Washburn, Mr. D. M. Beam, Mrs. 
A. A. Carpenter, Mrs. Yates Sperling, Mr. Marvin Kendrick. 

NORMANS GROVE: Rev. and Mrs. John Hallman, Mr. John J. 
Boggs, Mrs. Ray Warlick, Mrs. Jack Willis. 

NORTH BROOK: Rev. Coy Dellinger, Mrs. Lee Bess, Mrs. Clyde 
Wehunt, Mrs. Bryson McNeely. 

OAK GROVE: Rev. and Mrs. James Holder, Mrs. Frank Ledford, 
Mrs. Walter J. Blanton, Mr. Gaston Grigg, Mr. M. C. Lovelace, Mr. Ray- 
mond Blanton, Mr. F. C. Ware. 

OAK VIEW: Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Bundy, Mrs. Earl Spearman, 
Mr. Fred Wells. 

PATTERSON GROVE: Mrs. Clem Wright, Mrs. Robert P. Ware, 
Mr. Clyde Short. 

PATTERSON SPRINGS: Dr. Paul B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl 
Ray Lemons, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bowen, Mrs. Eli McSwain. 

PIEDMONT: Rev. C. C. Parker, Mrs. Robert Walker, Mr. Charles 
Parker, Mr. C. M. Lovelace. 

PLAINSVIEW: Mr. Joseph Bingham, Mr. Alton Randy Champion. 

PLEASANT GROVE: Rev. and Mrs. James B. Sides, Mrs. Allen 
Dixon, Mr. Fred Kendrick, Mr. Bobby Lowman, Mr. C. E. Elliott, Mrs. 
Paul Bridges, Mrs. Velva Hamrick. 

PLEASANT HILL: Rev. Fred McGehee, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 
Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. Yates Kendrick, Mrs. Hugh Dover. 

PLEASANT RIDGE: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jones, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wallace Horn, Mrs. Lala McSwain, Mrs. Ollie Webb, Mrs. P. A. Brantley. 

POLKVILLE: Mr. Bob Wells, Mr. Buford Bridges, Mrs. W. Y. Horn. 

POPLAR SPRINGS: Rev. J. E. Bishop, Mr. James DeBrew, Mrs. 
Ben Philbeck, Mrs. 0. M. Smith, Jr. 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Rev. Harold L. Threatt, Mrs. J. R. Webber, 
Mrs. Fred Lynn, Mrs. Jack Lane, Mrs. Guss Mclntire, Mrs. Colon Ham- 
rick. 

ROSS GROVE: Mrs. Clyde Dover, Mrs. L. H. Ledford, Rev. T. W. 
Bray. 

SANDY PLAINS: Rev. Dale Clark, Ralph Padgett, Mrs. R. L. Hum- 
phries, Mrs. Glenn Holland, Mrs. Sherman Whitaker. 

SHELBY, FIRST: Dr. and Mrs. Joseph T. McClain, Mr. and Mrs. 
John Ward, Rev. Roland Leath, Mr. A. A. Powell, Mr. Paul Wilson, Mr. 
Lamar Young, Laura Cornwell, Mr. Joseph M. Wright. 

SHELBY, SECOND: Rev. and Mrs. Norman F. Brown, Mrs. F. N. 
Wood, Mrs. J. T. Jones, Sr., Mrs. D. C. Pearson, Mrs. Ben Pearson, Mrs. 
Pearl Boone, Mrs. R. D. Bland, Mrs. Ethel Allen, Mrs. W. B. McMurray. 



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TEMPLE: Mrs. Joe P. Camp, Mrs. T. F. Ware, Mrs. Henry Carroll, 
Mrs. Grace White, Mrs. Paul Ivey, Mrs. Mae Fleming, Mrs. A. A. Jolley, 
Mrs. W. A. Childers. 

UNION: Mr. J. C. Campbell, Mrs. H. H. Gold, Mrs. A. D. Harris, 
Mrs. J. W. Rudasill, Mrs. A. V. Heafner. 

WACO: Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lutz, 
Mrs. J. O. Whitworth, Mrs. G. G. Rollins, Mrs. Marjorie Burton, Mr. 
Clayton Absher, Mr. G. M. Murray. 

WESTOVER: Rev. Floyd Willis, Mr. D. W. Barker. 

WESTVIEW: Rev. Forrest Teague, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Young. 

ZION: Rev. W. V. Tarlton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis, Mr. Max 
Davis, Mrs. Odis Royster, Mr. Clay Cabaniss, Mr. G. T. Cabaniss, Mrs. 
Bob Cabaniss. 

ZOAR: Rev. L. M. Tenery, Mr. J. Rector Robbins, Mrs. Johnny 
Bradley, Mrs. Loren Jones, Mrs. Ray Lloyd. 



DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 



1963 

Disbursements for Local Work $1,069,211 

Toals for Missions 355,349 

Cooperative Program 173,179 

Children's Homes 13,225 

State Missions 6,306 

Home Missions 16,775 

Foreign Missions 67,281 

Hospitals 7,941 

Homes for Aging 3,277 

Christian Education 25,645 

Associational Missions ^ 16,784 

Disbursements for All Purposes 1,424,560 

Buildings and Equipment 140,746 

Total Receipts for all Purposes 1,513,316 

Gifts: Per Church Member 62.03 

Per Member — Coop. Program __ 7.01 

Per Member for All Missions 14.06 

Baptisms 567 

Church Membership 24,396 

Sunday School Enrolment 19,694 

Training Unions 62 

Training Union Enrolment 5,898 

Vacation Bible Schools 62 

Vacation Bible School Enrolment 6,666 

Pastors Salaries 295,020 

Property Values $9,786,525 



1964 


1965 


1966 


$1,367,295 


$1,345,355 


$1,417,445 


374,889 


405,872 


417,617 


187,556 


207,868 


207,261 


13,737 


13,418 


13,189 


5,962 


6,666 


7,100 


14,133 


16,569 


18,639 


71,629 


75,058 


80,503 


8,211 


8,616 


8,457 


3,413 


3,772 


3,886 


28,267 


32,214 


85,909 


19,411 


18,998 


20,596 


1,742,184 


1,751,227 


1,835,062 


419,663 


268.419 


309,504 


1,642,514 


1,760,442 


1,889,848 


71.71 


69.32 


74.12 


7.52 


8.18 


8.13 


15.12 


15.98 


16.38 


671 


587 


612 


24,784 


25,396 


25,498 


19,460 


19,757 


19,650 


62 


63 


64 


5,675 


5,624 


5,348 


61 


62 


59 


6,868 


6,552 


6.328 


300,281 


311,468 


331,767 


$8,832,900 


$9,138,131 


$9,504,896 



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REPORTS OF RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 
Be It Resolved That: 

We express our appreciation to the Double Springs Baptist Church 
and pastor, C A. Kirby, for the use of their facilities and the gracious 
welcome extended to us by all concerned. For their assistance in provid- 
ing the fine meal we express appreciation to the churches of the Latti- 
more Group: Beaver Dam, Boiling Springs, Double Springs, Flint Hill, 
Lattimore, Mount Sinai, Pleasant Ridge, Poplar Springs, and Sandy 
Plains. 

We acknowledge with gratitude the services rendered by the Regis- 
tration Committee. 

We commend our moderator, James Holder for the efficient manner 
and fine spirit he displayed in guiding the One Hundred-Sixteenth An- 
nual Session of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

We commend the Program Committee for their outstanding service 
in arranging a program which would inform us about Baptist work, 
particularly within our association, and inspire us to greater heights of 
endeavor. 

We express appreciation to each person taking part in the program, 
especially our denominational workers. 

We commend our Supt. of Missions, C. O. Greene, for his continued 
fine leadership, and Mrs. Odessa Cripp, his secretary, for her able 
assistance. 

We gratefully acknowledge the able service rendered by the following 
news media: The Shelby Daily Star, Cleveland Times, Kings Mountain 
Herald, and radio stations WOHS, WADA, and WKMT. 

We commend our clerk, Billy Washburn, for faithfully and efficient- 
ly performing the tasks relative to that office. 

We reaffirm our appreciation to Gardner-Webb College in its Decade 
of Advance program for making rapid progress toward providing our 
area with a senior college with "an extra dimension." 

This committee being charged with the responsibility of writing 
letters of commendation on behalf of pastors who leave our association, 
we list the following pastors who left our association during the year: 
Bomar Raines, Max Burgin, Bill Shytle, David C. Wesson, and Joe 
Belcher. 

Respectfully submitted, ^ 

Paul B. Johnson 

SEMINARY EXTENSION REPORT 

The need for learning opportunities is a recognized concern of our 
day. This is true both of the secular and religious fields. Many who 
have never had the opportunity of college or seminary training have 
a desire and need to further their Christian education for more effective 
service for our Christ and the church. Through the seminaries of the 
Southern Baptist Convention a program was begun in 1951 to make 
possible such opportunities. The Seminary Extension Department was 
created to provide both pastors and laymen additional training. 

Last year the work of the Seminary Extension Department was be- 
gun in our association with a study in the book of John for the pastors. 
Twenty-three of our men were enrolled. At present, a study is in prog- 
ress in the book of Amos, the forthcoming January Bible Study. 
Eighteen pastors are enrolled this year. 

The laity have also had their opportunity. Last January 31st through 
March 28th two Bible survey courses were offered. We had twelve en- 
lolled in the New Testament class and sixteen in the Old Testament. 
The enthusiasm of these laity was indeed gratifying and encouraging. 
Many have given testimony to the blessings and benefits they received 
from their studies. On February 2, 1967, another nine-weeks school will 
begin for the laity, and the courses offered will be a completion of the 
Old and New Testament surveys which were bgun in the first school. 



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All the courses held thus far have been on a nine-week schedule, meeting 

one day a week for a two hour class session. 

It is our sincere desire that many more will make plans to avail 

themselves of this opportunity to "study to show themselves approved 

unto God, workmen which needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing 

the word of truth." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Raymond C. Needham, chairman 
Seminary Extension Committee 

IN MEMORIAM 

"Wheresoever this gospel shall be preached throughout the whole 
world, this also that she hath done shall be spoken of for a memorial 
of her." Mark 14:9. 

This tribute of Jesus to Mary of Bethany is a tribute to all who 
die in the Lord. The service they rendered to our Lord are their me- 
morials. To the extent that their lives still bless the world they are still 
with us. They live with us through the influences they set in motion 
during their earthly living. We rise up and call them blessed when we 
remember that what they did has helped us along the way, and that 
all of us are Pilgrims who are looking "For a city whose builder and 
maker is God." 

Of these loved ones who have now entered that "city" it can be said 
that "In all these things they are more than conquorers through Him 
that loves us." They are victors over life and death; and even more, 
because they have come into an inheritance prepared from the founda- 
tion of the world. 

We would pay tribute especially to two of our pastors who have 
entered into their eternal rewards. Rev. Lawrence Roberts, a native of 
this county, served as a faithful shepherd for many years and who was 
an efficient and faithful clerk of this association for 17 years. At the 
time of his death he was interim pastor of Elizabeth, his home church. 
The other was Rev. Jesse Blalock a faithful pastor of many years in 
this and other associations. Perhaps the greatest tribute we can pay 
to these beloved and dedicated men is that which was said of David, 
"For David, after he had served his own generation by the will of 
God, fell on sleep." 

As we live in the afterglow of the lives of our beloved dead we 
thank God for the blessed memories and seek to follow in their train. 

Respectfully, 
W. P. Biggerstaff 



REPORT OF THE AUDITING COMMITTEE 

We have examined the accounts of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association maintained by Rev. Billy G. Washburn for the Year ending 
September 30, 1966. 

The examination consisted of tracing all recorded cash receipts to 
the bank statements and of verifying disbursements on a test basis of 
examination of invoices and canceled checks. 

In our opinion the statements of receipts and disbursement as shown 
on pages R 18 and R 19 in this volume presents fairly the financial 
transactions of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association for the year 
ending September 30, 1966. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Joseph M. Wright, Chairman 
Paul Lancaster 
Hugh L. Borders 



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OUR BELOVED DEAD 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Mr. Monroe Gladden, Mrs. Forrest Fortenberry. 

BEAVER DAM: Mrs. Flay Cabiness, Mrs. Mary Gibson, Mr. W. H. 
Humphries (Deacon), Mr. Carbun Stinchcomb. 

BETHEL: Mrs. Minnie Gamble, Mrs. Sue Harvey, Miss Dora Howell, 
Mr. R. W. McAbee, Mr. Avery Hester, Mr. Ronald Mullinax, Mrs. E. J. 
Shufford, Mrs. J. A. Smith, Mrs. Summey Grayson. 

BETHELHEM: Mrs. C. S. Dixon, Mr. Love Thronburg, Mr. Will 
Allen. 

BOILING SPRINGS: Mr. J. D. Beason, Mr. Esley Bridges, Mr. Noah 
Greene, Mr. Felix E. Hamrick (Deacon), Mrs. Graham C. Hamrick, 
Mr. C. T. Hauss, Mr. J. D. Henson, Mrs. Rossie Jolley, Mrs. E. W. Lips- 
comb, Mr. Grover McSv/ain. 

BUFFALO: Mr. Frank Wood, Mr. Carl Moss. 

CALVARY: Mr. H. C. Clarke, Mr. E. S. Hardin, Mrs. Walter Sisk. 

CARPENTERS GROVE: Mrs. Ed Brittain. 

CASAR: Mrs. Essie Downs, Mr. C. F. Downs, Mr. Forrest McNeily. 

COMMUNITY: Mr. L. E. Champion. 

DAVID: Mr. Lee Deveney. 

DOUBLE SHOALS: Mr. T. W. Spangler, Mrs. J. R. Peeler. 

DOUBLE SPRINGS: Mr. Paul Jenkins. 

DOVER: Mr. R. Q. Allen, Mrs. J. A. Case, Mr. Bill Clarke, Mrs. C. M. 
Walker. 

EASTSIDE (S): Mr. Larry Beaver, Mrs. Elsie Brown, Mrs. 0. C. 
Blanton, Miss Margaret Gladden, Mrs. J. A. Dayberry, Mr. L. H. Calhoun. 

ELIZABETH: Rev. Lawrence Roberts, Mrs. Bessie Allen, Mr. Chiv 
Blanton, Mrs. T. C. Gardner, Mrs. J. W. Mauney, Mr. Josh Spake. 

FAITH: Mrs. Sarah Baiety, Mr. Chris Brooks. 

FALLSTON: Mrs. John Dixon, Mrs. Frank Moses, Mr. Louis Led- 
better. 

FLINT HILL: Mr. Evans McSwain, Mr. John Russ. 

GROVER FIRST: Mrs. Maude Hamrick, Mrs- C. A. Mullimax, Mrs. 
Bertie R. Justice. 

HIGHLAND: Mr. A. G. Graham (Deacon), Mr. R. M. Porter. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN: Mr. Clarence Carpenter, Mr. Glee A. Bridges, 
Mrs. I. C. Spratt, Mrs. Edith Womack. 

KINGS MTN. FIRST: Mr. John H. Gamble, Mr. George Allen, Jr., 
Mr. B. R. Willeford. 

KINGS MTN. SECOND: Mrs. Eva Bridges, Mr. Ricky Wilson, Mr. 
Jack Bryant, Mrs. Essie Bennett. 

LATTIMORE: Mr. Frank Bradley. 

LILY MEMORIAL: Mrs. Etta Beaver, Mrs. Mary Beaver, Mr. Till- 
man Tyner. 

MACEDONIA: Mr. Goldman Spears (Deacon), Mr. T. E, Moss (Dea- 
con), Mr. M. B. Martin. 

MT. SINAI: Mrs. L. R. Putnam, Mr. C. V. Harrill (Deacon), Mr. 
Andrew Hunt (Deacon), Mr. Charles Wallace. 

MULLS MEMORIAL: Mr. Frank Turner. 

NEW BETHEL: Mrs. Luster Lattimore, Mr. W. Robert Cline. 

NEW BUFFALO: Mr. Archie Panther, Mr. Woodrow Weaver. 

NEW CAMP CREEK: Mr. Carl Brooks, Mr. D. W. Clary. 

NEW HOPE: Mrs. R. R. Crawford, Mrs. Robert G. Ttirner, Mrs. 
R. L. Hause, Miss Lizzie White. 

NEW PROSPECT: Mr. Tom Barrett. 

NORMANS GROVE: Mr. Wesley Wellmon. 

NORTH BROOK: Mr. Theron Dellinger, Mrs. Louise Coins, Mr. 
Harvey Lingerfelt, Mrs. Carolyn Warlick Eaker. 

OAK GROVE: Mr. William R. Lovelace. 

OAK VIEW: Mr. Carl E. Morrow, Mr. M. P. Patterson. 

PATTERSON GROVE: Mr. Lawrence Ware, Miss Georgia White. 

PATTERSON SPRINGS: Mr. Leovelle Camp, Mrs. Joe Hardin, Mr. 
B. M. Proctor, Mr. David Tessner, Mrs. Ella Hardin, Mrs. Zillie McSwain, 
Mrs. Charlie White. 



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PIEDMONT: Mr. Winfred Hope, Mr. Horace Sisk, Sr., Mr. C. R. 
Oliver. 

PLAINS VIEW: Mrs. Lloyd Wallace, Mr. Bill Hawes, Mr. Tom 
Costner, Mr. Curtis Brittain. 

PLEASANT GROVE: Mr. Perry Costner, Mrs. John Wilkins, Miss 
Pauline Turner, Mrs. Kim Williams, Mr. Irvin S. Wix (Deacon), Mr. 
Harold Elliott (Deacon). 

PLEASANT HILL: Mr. Weldon Allen, Mr. Arthur Anthony, Mrs. 
John Gantt, Mr. Zack Hamrick, Mr. Burl Kendrick, Mr. John Lowery, 
Mrs. Nora Lowery, Mr. Jess Neal, Mrs. Nellie Wright. 

PLEASANT RIDGE: Rev. Jesse Blalock, Mrs. Dean Bowen. 

POLKVILLE: Mr. Claude White, Mrs. Alice McKee. 

POPLAR SPRINGS: Mr. Fred Harrill, Mr. Lee C. DeBrew, Mrs. 
Cleaton Humphries, Mr. Sam Lattimore. 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Mr. Jack A. Hughes. 

ROSS GROVE: Mrs. Theda Branton. 

SANDY PLAINS: Mr. L. F. Jenkins (Deacon), Mr. Walter Mode, 
Mrs. B. P. Jenkins, Mrs. S. A. Davis, Mrs. G. L. Doty, Mrs. S. C. Brooks. 

SHELBY FIRST: Mrs. Fred W. Blanton, Mr. Flay Ledford, Mr. W. 
S. McCurry, Mrs. W. F. Yelton, Mr. Henry Lucas, Mr. Richard Goodman, 
Mr. Oscar B. Evans, Mrs. W. C. Lutz, Mrs. Thomas P. Lee, Mr. Hujgh 
Toms, Mrs. Stough Hopper, Mrs. Inez Sealey Howard, Mr. Paul Rob- 
erts, Mr. Bynum E. Weathers, Mr. M. O. Moore, Mrs. Tom B. Gold, 
Mr. I. M. Allen, Mr. Crete Putnam, Mrs. W. J. Moss, Mrs. John E. El- 
more, Mr. Vincent Mattero, Mrs. J. L. Parker, Mr. Yates Champion, 
Mrs. R. H. Lathinghouse, Mr. Grover Beam, Mrs. Fred C. Yarbrough, 
Mr. B. T. Falls, Mr. Corbett Hamrick. 

SHELBY SECOND: Mr. Eddie Roberts, Mr. Robert Dover, Mrs. J. 
W. Scruggs, Mrs. R. A. Coon, Mrs. W. G. McSwain, Mrs. Carl Morehead, 
Mrs. H. K. McSwain. 

UNION: Mr. Dewey F. Heafner, Mr. P. A. Mclntyre, Mr. J. Toy 
Mode. 

VICTORY: Mr. C. P. Ware, Mrs. John Dixon. 

WACO: Mrs. W. G. Hord, Mr. J. L. Hord, Jr., Mr. U. A. Black 
(Deacon). 

ZION: Miss Nellie Gellispie, Mr. Pleas B. Cabaniss, Mr. James Pat- 
terson, Mr. A. P. Poston. 

ZOAR: Mr. Cleo Hoppes, Mrs. J. R. Davidson, Mr. J. H. Williams. 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 

BETHANY: Bought organ; Paid off church debt. 

BETHLEHEM: Approximately $4,600.00 work was done on the 
fellowship center. The parking area was paved, walkways were made, 
flowers and shrubbery were planted around the church. 

CALVARY: Purchased home for Minister of Music and Education 
at 775 Lowery St. 

COMMUNITY: Refloored the auditorium, built small utility building. 

DOVER: Converted old pastorium into modern, up-to-date nursery, 
organized new department for adults to use the area vacated by the 
nursery. 

ELIZABETH: Paid off debt on Minister of Music's home. 

ELLIOTT MEMORIAL: Installed oil heat, poured new walk and 
porch, painted inside and outside of old building and reseeded the lawn. 

EMMANUEL: Ground breaking held and construction started on 
new church building which includes sanctuary — 15 class rooms, 3 
assemblies, kitchen, study, 4 rest rooms, and will be completely air- 
conditioned. 

HIGHLAND: Purchased recreation building. 

KINGS MTN. FIRST: Remodeled Parsonage, and called new Pastor. 

LATTIMORE: South wing of church completed, celebrated Seventy- 
Fifth Anniversary of founding of Church October 2, 1966, Dr. Perry 
Crouch, General Secretary & Treasurer of N. C. Baptist State Conven- 
tion, Guest speaker. 

LAWNDALE: Supporting full time Missionary — Rev. William 
H. Cain, French West Indies. 40.89% of money spent went to missions. 

NEW BETHEL: Beautified church cemetery by removing curbing, 
sinking footstones, sowing grass. 

NEW BUFFALO: New pastor began his duties the 1st Sunday 
in May, 1966. Bought shrubbery and new signs, remodeled some class 
rooms and purchased a new Communion Table. 

NEW CAMP CREEK: Built new Bathrooms, bought new windows 
and seats, a rebuilt piano and purchased new pulpit furniture. 

NEW HOPE: Paid off air conditioner debt, built utility building 
and purchased new electric mimeograph machine. 

NEW PROSPECT: Voted to remodel Sanctuary, carpet the floors 
and air-condition. 

NORTH BROOK: Started a fellowship hut and remodeled Begin- 
ner and Nursery Departments. 

OAK VIEW: Dedication of new organ held May 29, 1966. 

PATTERSON GROVE: Construction started on new sanctuary. 

PATTERSON SPRINGS: Added one new Sunday School room, 
rest rooms built in Educational Building. 

PIEDMONT: $3770.00 Pews and Pulpit furniture purchased and 
paid for from Easter Sunday 1966 to Sept. 30, 1966. Purchased Organ 
and piano, Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Parker celebrated their 50th wedding 
anniversary with special services at the church, renewing their marriage 
vows. 

PLAINS VIEW: Held dedication service for remodeled Sanctuary. 

PLEASANT GROVE: Church is in process of $70,000.00 expan- 
sion and renovation program adding about 4,000 sq. ft. to building and 
renovating sanctuary. 

PLEASANT RIDGE: Celebrated 50th Anniversary. 

SANDY PLAINS: Completed new parsonage, called new pastor 
full time. 

SHELBY FIRST: John Ward called as minister of Music, De- 
cember 29, 1965. 

WESTVIEW: Alfred Snipes called as assistant pastor on April 
24, 1966. Celebrated 5th anniversary on August 14, 1966. 

ZION: Celebrated 150th anniversary and air conditioned Auditorium. 



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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF 
KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 

Preamble 
We, the members of Missionary Baptist Churches in the County of 
Cleveland, State of North Carolina, and territory adjacent thereto, do 
hereby propose to establish and maintain the principles and rules of 
order of a district Association in conformity to the following plan: 

Article I Name 

The name of this body shall be the "Kings Mountain Baptist As- 
sociation." 

Artcile II Purpose 

It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with the 
State and Southern Baptist Conventions in the promotion of Christian 
Missions at home and abroad, and in any other related objects such as 
evangelism, Christian education, benevolent enterprises, and social serv- 
ices which it may deem proper and advisable for the furtherance of the 
Kingdom of God. 

Article III Membership 

Section 1: The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist 
Churches in the area of the Association. 

Section 2: Churches desiring membership in the Association shall 
apply to the membership committee and if recommended by this com- 
mittee and accepted by the Association shall agree to come under the 
watch care of the Association for a period of one year. At the end of one 
year, upon recommendation of the committee, membership within the 
Association of such churches shall be determined by vote of the Asso- 
ciation. During this period such churches shall be entitled to all rights 
and privileges of the Association except that their members shall not 
hold office nor vote. 

Section 3: The Association shall be sole judge of its membership and 
may receive churches, or reject churches, according to its Constitution 
and By-Laws. Member Churches may also withdraw as they desire. 

Article IV Meetings 

Section 1: The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday evening 
and Wednesday after the third Sunday in October and continue until the 
business of the Association is disposed of. 

Section 2: Special Meetings may be called by the Moderator or General 
Board provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 
Section 3: Each church shall elect annually, in addition to the pastor, 
two messengers to the meeting of the Association for each 50 members 
of the church, provided each church shall have not less than three nor 
more than ten messengers. These shall constitute the voting body of 
the Association. The names of messengers printed in the Minutes shall 
include only those attending and registering at the Associational meet- 
ing. 

Article V Authority 

Each church in this Association is independent and sovereign in its 
own affairs, and the Association has no authority over the churches 
except as provided in this constitution in Article III, Sections 2 and 3. 

Article VI Officers and Their Eelection 

Section 1: The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, Associational Music 
Director, Associational Organist, Associational Sunday School Superin- 
tendent, Associational Training Union Director, Associational Woman's 



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Missionary Union President, Associational Brotherhood Director, and 
Chairman of Library Council. 

Section 2: The officers shall be elected on the last day of the annual 
Meeting' for a term of one year each. The nominees shall be contacted 
and nominated by the Committee on Nominations (By-Laws IV, Sec- 
tion 6) except the Moderator, Vice Moderator, and Clerk-Treasurer who 
shall be nominated from the floor. Committee nominations shall not 
preclude nominations from the floor. 

Section 3: All officers shall complete their work as soon as practicable 
after the closing of the annual session. The newly elected officers shall 
assume, at the close of the annual session, all duties incumbent upon 
said officers relating to the work of the ensuing associational year. 
Section 4: Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be 
ineligible for re-election. 

Article VII Trustees and Their Election 

There shall be three trustees of the Association, one preferably a 
lawyer, serving terms of three years each -on a rotating basis. On nom- 
ination by the Committee on Nominations, one new trustee shall be 
elected at the annual meeting, no trustee being eligible to succeed him- 
self until after the lapse of one year. The expiration date of each 
trustee's term of office shall appear by his name in the Associational 
Minutes. 

Article VIII The General Board 

The General Board shall be composed of all Associational Officers 
(Article VI, Section 1), the Associational Superintendent of Missions 
(ex-officio), each active pastor, two other members chosen by each 
member church from its membership and certified to the Association in 
its annual report, and chairmen of all standing committees of the As- 
sociation. The General Board shall have the authority to act for the 
Association between sessions, except as limited by this constitution. It 
shall be the duty of the General Board to meet quarterly and to make 
reports and recommendations to the Association at its annual meeting. 
The quarterly meetings will be in October, January, April and July; 
on Monday after the third Sunday at 10 o'clock. 

Article IX Committees 

Section 1: The Association shall be the following standing committees, 
with their terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting 
through the following annual meetings. 

A. To Be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected 
by the Association at the annual meeting: 

(1) Committee on Order of Business (By-Law IV, Section 1) 

(2) Associational Council (By-Law IV, Section 2) 

(3) Committee on Evangelism (By-Law IV, Section 3) 

(4) Committee on Finance (By-Law IV, Section 4) 

(5) Committee on Ordinations (By-Law IV, Section 5) 

(6) Committee on Nominations (By-Law IV, Se<;tion 6) 

(7) Committee on Constitution (By-Law IV, Section 7) 

(8) Committee on Membership (By-Law IV, Section 8) 

(9) Committee on Calendar (By-Law IV, Section 9) 

(10) Committee on Resolutions (By-Law IV, Section 10) 

(11) Historical Committee (By-Law IV, Section 14) 

(12) Personnel and Property Committee (By-Law IV, Section 15) 

(13) Any other Committee authorized by the Association 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meetings. 
Committee on Committees (By-Law IV, Section 11) 

Section 2: The following committees shall be appointed by the Mod- 
erator at least thirty days prior to the annual meeting to serve during the 
annual meeting: 

(1) Committee on Place and Preacher (By-Law IV, Section 12) 
(3) Committee on Enrollment (By-Law IV, Section 13) 



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Article X Amendments 

Amendments to this Constitution may be made at any annual session 
of the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting 
members present. Proposed changes must be presented to the Associa- 
tion in the first session and voted upon by a standing vote by the As- 
sociation in the last session. It is recommended that all proposed changes 
first be submitted to the Constitution Committee. 

BY-LAWS 

By-Law 1 Parliamentary Rules 

Robert's Rules of order shall be followed as the Association's rules 
for conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association 
prescribes otherwise. 
By-Law II Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 
30th. 

By-Law III Duties of Officers 

Section 1 : The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the body 
according to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Com- 
mitttes, Committee on Place and Preacher, and Committee on Enroll- 
ment. He shall be chairman of the General Board and be an ex-officio 
member of all other committees. 

Section 2: The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the 
pleasure of the moderator, and shall be Vice-Chairman of the General 
Board. 

Section 3: The Clerk-Treasurer shall send annual report forms to the 
member churches at least a month before the Association's annual meet- 
ing, distribute at the annual meeting mimeographed copies of the Digest 
of these reports, make an accurate record of the proceedings of the 
Association, supervise the printing and distributing of minutes to the 
member churches, keep on file copies of m.inutes, records and other docu- 
ments of the Association, and also serve as secretary of the General 
Board. He shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the 
name of the Association; disburse the same upon instructions from 
the Association, its General Board, or as designated in the Budget (no 
money is to be disbursed which is not included in the budget except upon 
recommendation of the Finance Committee to the General Board or the 
Association in annual session); render an accurate report of receipts and 
disbursements and distribute same at the annual meeting and give a 
report at each quarterly General Board Meeting; and keep books avail- 
able and up to date for examination. 

Section 4: The Auditor shall, at the close of the Associational year, 
make an audit of the Treasurer's records and report to the Association 
in session. 

Section 5: The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on 
the Association and its churches, and shall make a written report to each 
annual meeting of the Association. 
Bv-Law IV Duties of Committees 

Section 1: The Committee on Order of Business shall be composed of 
three members and the Moderator, Clerk, and Associational Music Di- 
rector. It shall prepare a printed program for the annual meeting of 
the Association which shall be sent to all persons on the program and 
to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall, 
in the opening of the annual meeting of the Association, present the 
printed program for adoption and serve through the sessions when ad- 
justments in the order of business become necessary. 
Section 2: The Associational Council 

(1) This Committee shall be composed of the following Associa- 
tional officers: Sunday School Superintendent, Training Union Director, 
Woman's Missionary Union President, Brotherhood Director, Chair- 
man of Committee on Evangelism, Treasurer, Music Director, and 
three additional members elected by the Association to serve three 
years on a rotating basis. It shall work with the Associational Super- 



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intendent of Missions in promoting the work in the Association, and 
lead and assist in determining need for, beginning new mission sta- 
tions, and organizing new churches. 

(2) If such advice is sought it shall advise any group seeking to 
organize a new church. It shall also seek to help any member church 
desiring assistance with its problems. 

(3) When without a Superintendent of Missions, this Committee 
shall seek out and recommend to the Association, or its General Board, 
for election a new Superintendent of Missions according to By-Law 
VI, Section 1. 

Section 3: The Committee on Evangelism, composed of five members, 
shall promote the work of evangelism in the Association in cooperation 
with the State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs to 
be subject to the approval of the Association or its General Board. 
Section 4: The Committee on Finance, composed of five members in- 
cluding the Treasurer, shall study the Association's financial needs 
for an adequate program, present a budget to the Association for the 
following year, devise plans for securing the cooperation of the church- 
es in raising funds to meet the budget, and make a written report to 
the annual meeting. 

Section 5: The Committee on Ordinations, composed of five members 
with the pastor of the candidate, shall, when requested by a member 
church, assist with the examination and ordination of a candidate for 
the Gospel Ministry. 

Section 6: The Committee on Nominations, composed of five mem- 
bers, shall contact before and nominate on the last day at the annual 
meeting of the Association the officers of the Association according to 
Articles VI and VII of the constitution. This committee shall also, in 
cooperation with the nominating committees of the various depart- 
ments of work, recommend workers in these various departments (Ar- 
ticle VI, Section 1.) It shall also nominate Associational representa- 
tives for the various institutions and agencies of our convention. This 
Committee shall also fill vacancies which occur between annual meet- 
ings of the Association. It shall nominate the Associational Organist. 
This Committee's nominations shall not preclude other nominations 
from the floor. 

Section 7: The Committee on Constitution, composed of five members, 
shall be available to study any changes or revisions in the Constitution, 
and to make recommendations as needed. 

Section 8: The Committee on Membership, composed of five members, 
shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and By-Laws 
(Article III, Section 3). 

Section 9: The Committee on Calendar, shall be composed of the 
following Associational officers: Sunday School Superintendent, Train- 
ing Union Director, Woman's Missionary Union President, Brotherhood 
Director, Music Director, and the Vice-Moderator. This Committee shall 
work out as soon as possible each year an Associational Calendar for 
the coming year and present same to the General Board for adoption. 
Section 10: The Committee on Resolutions, composed of three mem- 
bers, shall draw up and present to the Association resolutions of appre- 
ciation and any other resolutions it or the Association may deem wise. 
Section 11: The Committee on Committees, composed of five mem- 
bers, shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution (Article 
IX, Section 1), and shall assist the General Board in filling vacancies 
on all other standing committees occuring between sessions. This Com- 
mittee shall also name the chairman of each committee. 
Section 12: The Committee on Place and Preacher, composed of five 
members, shall receive or solicit invitations for the place or places of 
meeting for the next annual meeting of the Association, and shall rec- 
ommend the place or places. It shall also recommend the preacher and 
alternate for the annual sermon or sermons. 

Section 13: The Committee on Enrollment shall prepare for and direct 
the enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. 
Section 14: Historical Committee — It shall be the duty of the Historical 



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Committee to collect, compile and preserve all materials of interest of the 
Association and member churches. It shall make its report at the an- 
nual Associational Meeting. 

Section 15: Personnel and Property Committee will be composed of 
five members. It will be the duty of the Personnel and Property Com- 
mittee : 

(1) To employ any additional help or fill any vacancies that might 
occur, other than the Superintendent of Missions; and deal with all the 
problems relating to personnel. 

(2) This Committee will maintain adequate equipment for the As- 
sociational office. 

By-Law V Trustees 

The duty of the trustees shall be to hold in trust any property, 
money, endowment, or other securities of said Association, and they 
shall handle all legal matters of the Association under the direction of 
the Association or its General Board. 
By-Law VI Associational Superintendent of Missions 
Section 1: His selection shall be upon recommendation of the Associa- 
tional Council and on vote by the Association in its annual meeting or, 
between sessions of the Association, by its General Board. His time of 
^office shall continue until terminated by mutual consent or request of 
'either party. He shall be a member of all committees and organizations 
of the Association in a serving and advisory capacity. 
Section 2: The Superintendent of Missions shall promote the work of 
the Association and Denomination, cooperating with the churches, their 
pastors and officers, and the Associational committees and organizations. 
By-Law VII Annual Reports 

Written reports to appear in the Annual Minutes shall not exceed 
300 words, except for History and Statistics. 
By-Law VIII Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the 
annual meeting of the Association when presented in writing at said 
meeting and approved by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. 

By-Law IX Define Procedure 

Section 1: The business session of the Association shall be opened and 
closed with prayer. 

Section 2: All officers shall complete their work as soon as practicable 
after the closing of the annual session. The newly elected officers shall 
assume, at the close of the annual session, all the duties incumbent upon 
said officers relating to the work of the insuing associational year. 
Section 3: Every report, resolution, or amendment offered to the 
Association shall be submitted in writing if requested by the Moderator. 
Section 4: No person shall speak more than twice on the same subject, 
except by permission of the Association. 

Section 5: Messengers present from one-half of the churches shall 
constitute a quorum. 
By-Law X The Confessions of Faith 

The Baptist Faith and Message as revised and adopted by the 
Southern Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. 



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ARTICLES OF FAITH 

I. THE SCRIPTURES 

The Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired and is the record 
of God's revelation of Himself to man. It is a perfect treasure of divine 
instruction. It has God for its author, salvation for its end, and truth, 
without any mixture of error, for its matter. It reveals the principles by 
which God judges us; and therefore is, and will remain to the end of 
the world, the true center of Christian union, and the supreme standard 
by which all human conduct, creeds, and religious opinions should be 
tried. The criterion by which the Bible is to be interpreted is Jesus Christ. 

II. GOD 

There is one and only one living and true God. He is an intelligent, 
spiritual, and personal Being, the Creator, Redeemer, Preserver, and 
Ruler of the universe. God is infinite in holiness and all other perfec- 
tions. To Him we owe the highest love, reverence, and obedience. The 
eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, with 
distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or 
being. 

A. God the Father 

God as Father reigns with providential care over His universe. His 
creatures, and the flow of the stream of human history according to 
the purposes of His grace. He is all powerful, all loving, and all wise. 
God is Father in truth to those who become children of God through 
faith in Jesus Christ. He is fatherly in His attitude toward all men. 

B. God the Son 

Christ is the eternal Son of God. In His incarnation as Jesus Christ 
he was conceived of the Holy Spirit and bom cf the virgin Mary. Jesus 
perfectly revealed and did the will of God, taking upon Himself the 
demands and necessities of human nature and identifying Himself 
completely with mankind yet without sin. He honored the divine law 
by His personal obedience, and in His death on the cross He made 
provision for the redemption of men from sin. He was raised from the 
dead with a glorified body and appeared to His disciples as the person 
who was with them before His crucifixion. He ascended into heaven 
and is nolw exalted at the right hand of God where He is the One 
Mediator, partaking of the nature of God and of man, and in whose 
Person is effected the reconciliation between God and man. He will 
return in power and glory to judge the world and to consummate His 
redemptive mission. He now dwells in all believers as the living and 
ever present Lord. 

C. God the Holy Spirit 

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God. He inspired holy men of 
old to write the Scriptures. Through illumination He enables men to 
understand truth. He exalts Christ. He convicts of sin, of righteous- 
ness and of judgment. He calls men to the Saviour, and effects re- 
generation. He cultivates Christian character, comforts believers, and 
bestows the spiritual gifts by which they serve God through His 
church. He seals the believer unto the day of final redemption. His 
presence in the Christian is the assurance of God to bring the believer 
into the fullness of the stature of Christ. He enlightens and empowers 
the believer and the church in worship, evangelism, and service. 

III. MAN 
Man was created by the special act of God, in His own image, and is 
the crowning work of His creation. In the beginning man was innocent 
of sin and was endowed by His Creator with freedom of choice. By his 
free choice man sinned against God and brought sin into the human race. 
Through the temptation of Satan man transgressed the command of 



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God, and fell from, his original innocence; whereby his posterity inherit 
a nature and an environment inclined toward sin, and as soon as they 
are capable of moral action become transgressors and are under con- 
demnation. Only the grace of God can bring man into His holy fellow- 
ship and enable man to fulfill the creative purpose of God. The sacred- 
ness of human personality is evident in that God created man in His 
own image, and in that Christ died for man; therefore every man pos- 
sesses dignity and is worthy of respect and Christian love. 

IV. SALVATION 

Salvation involves the redemption of the whole man, and is offered 
freely to all who accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, who by His 
own blood obtained eternal redemption for the believer. In its broadest 
sense salvation includes regeneration, sanctification, and glorification. 

A. Regeneration, or the new birth is a work of God's grace whereby 
believers become new creatures in Christ Jesus. It is a change of heart 
wrought by the Holy Spirit through conviction of sin, to which the 
sinner responds in repentance toward God and faith in the Lord Jesus 
Christ. 

Repentance and faith are inseparable experiences of grace. Repen- 
tance is a genuine turning from sin toward God. Faith is the acceptance 
of Jesus Christ and commitment of the entire personality to Him as 
Lord and Saviour. Justification is God's gracious and full acquittal 
upon principles of His righteousness of all sinners who repent and 
believe in Christ. Justification brings the believer into a relationship of 
peace and favor with God. 

B. Sanctification is the experience, beginning in regeneration, by 
which the believer is set apart to God's purposes, and is enabled to 
progress toward moral and spiritual perfection through the presence 
and power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in him. Growth in grace should 
continue throughout the regenerate person's life. 

C. Glorification is the culmination of salvation and is the final 
blessed and abiding state of the redeemed. 

V. GOD'S PURPOSE OF GRACE 

Election is the gracious purpose of God, according to which He re- 
generates, sanctifies, and glorifies sinners. It is consistent with the 
free agency of man, and comprehends all the means in connection with 
the end. It is a gl9rious display of God's sovereign goodness, and is 
infinitely wise, holy, and unchangeable. It excludes boasting and pro- 
motes humility. 

All true believers endure to the end. Those whom God has accepted 
in Christ, and sanctified by His Spirit, will never fall away from the 
state of grace, but shall persevere to the end. Believers may fall into 
sin through neglect and temptation, whereby they grieve the Spirit, 
impair their graces and comforts, bring reproach on the cause of Christ, 
and temporal judgments on themselves, yet they shall be kept by the 
power of God through faith unto salvation. 

VI. THE CHURCH 

A New Testament church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of 
baptized believers who are associated by covenant in the faith and fel- 
lowship of the gospel, observing the two ordinances of Christ, com- 
mitted to His teachings, exercising the gifts, rights, and privileges in- 
vested in them by His Word, and seeking to extend the gospel to the 
ends of the earth. 

This church is an autonomous body, operating through democratic 
processes under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. In such a congregation 
members are equally responsible. Its Scriptural officers are pastors 
and deacons. 

The New Testament speaks also of the church as the body of Christ 
which includes all of the redeemed of all the ages. 



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VII. BAPTISM AND THE LORD'S SUPPER 

Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the 
name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obe- 
dience symbolizing the believer's faith in a crucified, buried, and risen 
Saviour, the believer's death to sin, the burial of the old life, and the 
resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony 
to his faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Being a church or- 
dinance, it is prerequisite to the privileges of church membership and 
to the Lord's Supper. 

The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members 
of the church, through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, 
memorialize the death of the Redeemer and anticipate His second com- 
ing. 

VIII. THE LORD'S DAY 

The first day of the week is the Lord's Day. It is a Christian insti- 
tution for regular observance. It commemorates the resurrection of 
Christ from the dead and should be employed in exercises of worship 
and spiritual devotion, both public and private, and by refraining from 
worldly amusements, and resting from secular employments, work of 
necessity and mercy only being excepted. 

IX. THE KINGDOM 

The Kingdom of God includes both His general sovereignty over the 
universe and His particular kingship over men who willfully acknowledge 
Him as King. Particularly the Kingdom is the realm of salvation into 
which men enter by trustful, childlike commitment to Jesus Christ. 
Christians ought to pray and to labor that the Kingdom may come and 
God's will be done on earth. The full consummation of the Kingdom 
awaits the return of Jesus Christ and the end of this age. 

X. LAST THINGS 

God, in His own time and in His own way, will bring the world to 
its appropriate end. According to His promise, Jesus Christ will return 
personally and visibly in glory to the earth; the dead will be raised; and 
Christ will judge all men in righteousness. The unrighteous will be 
consigned to Hell, the place of everlasting punishment. The righteous 
in their resurrected and glorified bodies will receive their reward and 
will dwell forever in Heaven with the Lord. 

XL EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS 

It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every 
church of the Lord Jesus Christ to endeavor to make disciples of all 
nations. The new birth of man's spirit by God's Holy Spirit means the 
birth of love for others. Missionary effort on the part of all rests thus 
upon a spiritual necessity of the regenerate life, and is expressly and 
repeatedly commanded in the teachings of Christ. It is the duty of every 
child of God to seek constantly to win the lost to Christ by personal 
effort and by all other methods in harmony with the gospel of Christ. 

XII. EDUCATION 

The cause of education in the Kingdom of Christ is co-ordinate with 
the causes of missions and general benevolence, and should receive along 
with these the liberal support of the churches. An adequate system of 
Christian schools is necessary to a complete spiritual program for 
Christ's people. 

In Christian education there should be a proper balance between 
academic freedom and academic responsibility. Freedom in any orderly 
relationship of human life is always limited and never absolute. The 
freedom of a teacher in a Christian school, college, or seminary is 
limited by the pre-eminence of Jesus Christ, by the authoritative nature 
of the Scriptures, and by the distinct purpose for which the school exists. 



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XIII. STEWARDSHIP 

God is the source of all blessings, temporal and spiritual; all that 
we have and are we owe to Him. Christians have a spiritual debtorship 
to the whole world, a holy trusteeship in the gospel, and a binding 
stewardship in their possessions. They are therefore under obligation 
to serve Him with their time, talents, and material possessions; and 
should recognize all these as entrusted to them to use for the glory of 
God and for helping others. According to the Scriptures, Christians 
should contribute of their means cheerfully, regularly, systematically, 
proportionately, and liberally for the advancement of the Redeemer's 
cause on earth. 

XIV. COOPERATION 

Christ's people should, as occasion requires, organize such associa- 
tions and conventions as may best secure cooperation for the great ob- 
jects of the Kingdom of God. Such organizations have no authority over 
one another or over the churches. They are voluntary and advisory bodies 
designed to elicit, combine, and direct the energies of our people in the 
most effective manner. Members of New Testament churches should 
cooperate with one another in carrying forward the missionary, educa- 
tional, and benevolent ministries for the extension of Christ's Kingdom. 
Christian unity in the New Testament sense is spiritual harmony and 
voluntary cooperation for common ends by various groups of Christ's 
people. Cooperation is desirable between the various Christian de- 
nominations, when the end to be attained is itself justified, and when 
such cooperation involves no violation of conscience or compromise of 
loyalty to Christ and His Word as revealed in the New Testament. 

XV. THE CHRISTIAN AND THE SOCIAL ORDER 

Every Christian is under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ 
supreme in his own life and in human society. Means and methods used 
for the improvement of society and the establishment of righteousness 
among men can be truly and permanently helpful only when they are 
rooted in the regeneration of the individual by the saving grace of God 
in Christ Jesus. The Christian should oppose in the spirit of Christ 
every form of greed, selfishness, and vice. He should work to provide 
for the orphaned, the needy, the aged, the helpless, and the sick. Every 
Christian should seek to bring industry, government, and society as a 
whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, and 
brotherly love. In order to promote these ends Christians should be 
ready to work with all men of good will in any good cause, always being 
careful to act in the spirit of love without compromising their loyalty to 
Christ and His truth. 

XVI. PEACE AND WAR 

It is the duty of Christians to seek peace with all men on principles 
of righteousness. In accordance with the spirit and teachings of Christ 
they should do all in their power to put an end to war. 

The true remedy for the war spirit is the gospel of our Lord. The 
supreme need of the world is the acceptance of His teachings in all the 
affairs of men and nations, and the practical application of His law of 
love. 

XVII. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY 

God alone, is Lord of the conscience, and He has left it free from 
the doctrines and commandments of men which are contrary to His 
Word or not contained in it. Church and state should be separate. The 
state owes to every church protection and full freedom in the pursuit 
of its spiritual ends. In providing for such freedom no ecclesiastical 
group or denomination should be favored by the state more than others. 
Civil government being ordained of God, it is the duty of Christians to 
render loyal obedience thereto in all things not contrary to the revealed 
will of God. The church should not resort to the civil power to carry on 



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its work. The gospel of Christ contemplates spiritual means alone for 
the pursuit of its ends. The state has no right to impose penalties for 
religious opinions of any kind. The state has no right to impose taxes 
for the support of any form of religion. A free church in a free state 
is the Christian ideal, and this implies the right of free and unhindered 
access to God on the part of all m.en, and the right to form and propa- 
gate opinions in the sphere of religion without interference by the civil 
power. 



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PROCEEDINGS OF THE ONE HUNDRED-SIXTEENTH 

ANNUAL SESSION OF THE KINGS MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Thursday Evening, October 20, 1966 

1. An organ prelude was played by Mrs. E. T. Bailey as messengers 
from the various churches gathered in Double Springs Baptist Church 
for the 116th Annual Meeting of the Association. 

2. The assembly sang, '*! Love Thee," as it was led by Mr. Morris 
Jordon, and the opening prayer was led by Rev. Dale Clark. 

3. Rev. Billy G. Washburn, Clerk, reported that 227 messengers 
and visitors had registered and moved that these messengers and others 
that would be registering be elected to constitute the 116th annual ses- 
sion. The motion was seconded and carried and the business of the ses- 
sion began. 

4. Moderator James Holder, appointed the Committee on Commit- 
tees as they appear elsewhere in this volume. 

5. Rev. Norman Brown, Chairman of the Constitution Committee, 
was recognized to present the revised form of the constitution. The fol- 
lowing errors were pointed out and corrections were made: 

(1) In Article VI, Section 3 and By-Law IX, Section 2 the text was 
altered to read "annual session" rather than "session." 

(2) In all places where the term, "Associational Missionary," ap- 
pears, this term shall be replaced by the term, "Associational Superin- 
tendent of Missions." 

(3) The sentence beginning, "It shall be the duty of this Committee 
to meet quarterly. . . . "shall be changed to read, "It shall be the duty 
of the General Board to meet quarterly. ..." In Article VIII, Section 1. 

(4) In Article X the sentence, "Proposed changes must be presented 
to the Association on the first day and voted upon by the Association 
on the second day. ..." shall be changed to read, "Proposed changes 
must be presented to the Association in the first session and voted upon 
by the Association in the last session. ..." 

(5) In By-Law IV, Section 2, (1) the portion of the first sentence 
reading, ". . . Sunday School Superintendent of Enlargement and Evan- 
gelism, Training Union Director of Enlistment, Woman's Missionary 
Union President, Brotherhood Director, Chairman of Committee on 
Evangelism, Treasurer, and three . . .," shall be changed to read, ". . . 
Sunday School Superintendent, Training Union Director, Woman's 
Missionary Union President, Brotherhood Director, Chairman of Com- 
mittee on Evangelism, Treasurer, Music Director, and three . . ." 

(6) In Article VI, Section 1 the words, "Associational Organist," 
shall be added after the words, "Associational Music Director." 

In further discussion Rev. Brown pointed out that the three major 
changes from the current constitution were: (1) The Missions Council 
would be replaced by the Associational Council, (2) The General Board 
would meet quarterly rather than monthly, and (3) The Personnel and 
Property Committee was added. 

The assembly was then advised that the following amendments would 
be offered the next day when consideration of the constitution was re- 
sumed: 

(1) Rev. C. C. Bundy advised that he would propose an amendment 
that would change the days of the meeting from Thursday and Friday to 
Tuesday and Wednesday (Article IV, Section 1). 

(2) Rev. Max Linnins said that he would propose an amendment 
adding the words, "in Article II, Setcions 2 and 3," to the end of the 
sentence in Article V. 

Rev. Brown moved adoption of the constitution. It was duly seconded 
and according to requirements of the present constitution further con- 
sideration was delayed until the following day. 



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6. Mr. Morris Jordan led the group in singing, "Saviour, Like a 
Shepherd Lead Us." 

7. The Moderator recognized two visitors from state institutions: 
Rev. James Lankford, Pastor of Mills Home Baptist Church and Corbin 
Cooper of the Committee on Inter-racial Cooperation. 

8. The following new pastors were recognized: George H. Thorn- 
burg, Allen Memorial; Harry S. Walker, Churchill Drive; Robert Mann, 
Kings Mtn. First; George Willis, New Buffalo; Harold Threatt, Put- 
nam Memorial; and Dale Clark, Sandy Plains. 

9. Rev. James Lankford and Mr. Corbin Cooper each spoke briefly 
concerning their work. 

10. Dr. Wyann Washburn, Historian, was recognized for the pre- 
sentation of his report (pp. R-lOf.). He moved the adoption of the 
report with its recommendations. After a second and brief discussion 
the question was put and the motion carried in a standing vote. 

11. Rev. Raymond Needham was recognized for a report on the work 
of the Seminary Extension Committee (see report elsewhere in this 
volume). He then introduced Mrs. Frances Freeman for a personal testi- 
mony of what this work meant to her. 

12. Moderator, James Holder, called attention to the Gardner-Webb 
display in the hall. 

13. The Moderator, by common consent instructed the Clerk to send 
a message of greetings to Rev. George Julian who was in the Baptist 
Hospital at W-S. He also instructed the Clerk to send a boquet of 
flowers to Mrs. W. E. McSwain, WMU President, who had undergone 
recent surgery and was not able to attend the annual session. 

14. Rev. C. 0. Greene projected slides of all 70 churches, commenting 
briefly on each one. 

15. Mr. Jordon led the hymn, "The Church's One Foundation." 

16. The Double Springs Choir, led by Mr. W. F. Lattimore presented 
the special music: "God of Grace and God of Glory" and "Create in Me a 
Clean Heart." 

17. Dr. Joseph T. McClain brought the Inspirational Message using 
as a text: Rm. 3:4. He spoke on the subject: God on Trial. He said that 
God is on trial because man has put him there but God will ultimately 
be found true because God is good. Man is then put on trial because 
he sees himself as he is. He closed with an exortation to believe on the 
goodness of God. 

18. The closing prayer of the evening session was led by Rev. James 
Graham. 

FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1966 

19. The meeting was called to order after a brief prelude by Mrs. 
Bailey and the assembly was led in the singing of, "Guide Me, O Thou 
Great Jehovah," by Mr. Allen Jolley. 

20. Rev. Lanny Elmore led the opening prayer. 

21. Rev. Billy G. Washburn, Clerk-Treasurer, was recognized for the 
report of the General Board which included the proposed budget. Rev. 
Washburn moved the adoption of the report as printed on pp. R-9, R-10, 
R-6 and after a second, spoke briefly on the report. The report was 
adopted. 

22. Rev, Washburn was again recognized for the Treasurer's Report 
and moved its adoption as printed on pp. R-18, R-19. This report was 
adopted, 

23. Rev. C, A, Kirby, Jr., Host Pastor, was recognized. He welcomed 
the messengers and visitors and made the necessary announcements 
about facilities, 

24. Representatives of state institutions were again recognized. Pres- 
ent were Dr. W. K. McGee who indicated that he was leaving some 
pamphlets for the messengers and Rev. Guy Cain of the Annuity Board. 

25. Moderator, James Holder, having learned that Rev. John Ward 
was soon to leave the association, substituted for his name that of John 



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Hallman in the Committee on Committees which had been appointed 
the previous day. 

26. Rev. Russell Fitts, reporting for the Committee on Place and 
Preacher, presented the names of the following men to bring the mes- 
sages in the next annual session: Inspirational Message — Rev. Norman 
Brown, Doctrinal Message — Rev. Wilson Harmon, and Missionary 
Message — Rev. Kenneth Gibson. 

27. Dr. Eugene Poston, President of Gardner-Webb College, was 
recognized for the report on Christian Education. He presented the 
report as printed on p. R-9. During his discussion of the report, Dr. 
Poston made a motion that a committee be appointed to work with col- 
lege officials in drawing up a resolution favoring the making of Gard- 
ner-Webb into a four-year college, which resolution would be presented 
to the Council on Christian Higher Education and the State Convention 
of North Carolina. The motion was duly seconded and passed. Attention 
was called to the fact that the printed report had not been adopted. It 
was moved and seconded that it be so adopted. The motion carried. 

28. Mr. Allen Jolley led the assembly in singing, ''Marching to Zion." 

29. Rev. Russell Fitts, Pastor of Double Shoals, brought the doctri- 
nal message using for his text Hosea 4:15 and posing the question, 
"Who can say that God is alive?" Rev. Fitts concluded that anyone 
can be assured of the Living God through experience with Christ. 

30. Consideration of the report of the Constitution Revision Commit- 
tee was resumed and Rev. Norman Brown was again recognized for 
discussion. 

During consideration the following actions were taken: 

(1) Upon motion by Rev. C. C. Bundy and second by Rev. Robert 
Mann the assembly voted to change the reading in Article IV which 
states that "The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening 
and Friday after the third Sunday. . . ." to read, "The Association 
shall meet annually on Tuesday and Wednesday after the third Sun- 
day. . . ." Only brief discussion was heard before the motion passed 
without opposition. 

(2) Rev. Max Linnins moved that the words, "in Article III, Sec- 
tions 2 and 3," be added to Article V, making it read, ". . . as provided 
in this constitution in Article III, Sections 2 and 3." This motion was 
seconded and the amendment was adopted. 

(3) Rev. Fred Crisp proposed to amend By-Law III, Section 3 by 
adding "(no money is to be disbursed which is not included in the budget 
except upon recommendation of the Finance Committee to the General 
Boarc^ or the Association in annual session)" after the word Budget 
in the last sentence of the Section. The motion was seconded. In the dis- 
cussion which followed it was made clear that (a) this does not give 
the Finance Committee authority over the Association since no final 
decision could be made except by the Association or its General Board, 
(b) when a matter of such nature was referred to the Finance Commit- 
tee by the Association in session or its General Board, the Finance Com- 
mittee would be obligated to bring back a report. This amendment was 
adopted. 

(4) Rev. Ernest Smith raised the question concerning By-Law IV, 
Section 7: does this preclude amendments proposed by others? The 
question was answered in the negative. 

(5) The question was called for and the constitution as amended was 
adopted with none opposing. 

(6) Dr. Joseph McClain moved that the Committee on Constitution 
report all needed refinements and revisions of the constitution to the 
General Board for study and subsequent presentation to the Association 
in annual session next year. The motion was seconded and carried. 

31. The following ministers who had been pastors in the Association 
were recognized : Rev. Clifford Gore, Rev. Flay Payne, Rev. W. G. 
Camp. 

32. The Moderator announced that a total of 524 messengers and 



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visitors had registered to this time and that 45 churches were repre- 
sented. 

33. Rev. C. A. Kirby, Vice-Moderator was called upon to preside. 

34. Rev. Kirby recognized Rev. C. 0. Greene, Superintei.dent of Mis- 
sions, for a presentation of "What We Are Doing Now." After pointing 
out some facts from the Digest of Letters which indicated that we were 
gaining in some areas and losing in others, Rev. Greene concluded that 
we are doing several things including "fussing," "building," "baptizing," 
"teaching," "training," "serving," "giving," "growing," and "trusting" 
in God." 

35. Rev. Kirby recognized another former pastor, Rev. Frank Monroe. 

36. Rev. James Holder presented a message intitled, 'What We Hope 
To Do." This message appears elsewhere in this volume. 

37. Mr. Jolley introduced the Gardner-Webb Ensemble with Mr. 
Jerry Hill directing. The group provided a period of special music com- 
posed of the following numbers: "Praise the Lord," "Come Christians 
Now to Sing," and "I Will Arise And Go To Jesus." 

38. Moderator, James Holder, announced that Dr. Perry Crouch, 
Executive Secretary of the State Convention, who was to bring us a 
message on our objectives as Baptists in North Carolina, could not be 
with us. He presented Dr. Bob Bruhn who relinquished a part of his 
time to Rev. Guy Cain. Rev. Cain spoke on existing and new annuity pro- 
grams. 

Dr. Bruhn emphasized the fact that we live in an age of revolutions. 
He said we could sleep through these revolutions as did Rip Van Winkle 
during the American Revolution, but that as churches of Jesus Christ, 
we should deal with the revolutions. He named three revolutions that 
cry for our attention: (1) racial (he did not use the term, "racial," but 
referred to "that significant portion of our society" which is crying 
out for equal rights and opportunities), (2) secular, and (3) sexual. He 
said that the church needs to address itself to these revolutions by giv- 
ing the gospel to the people. 

39. Dr. Bruhn announced that Dr. Crouch could not be here because 
of the illness of his wife who was going today for tests of a very im- 
portant nature. 

40. Rev. Kirby was again recognized for announcements concerning 
the noon meal after which Rev. Frank Monroe led the closing prayer and 
asked God's blessings on the meal. The assembly was then adjourned for 

Friday Afternoon, October 21, 1966 

41. After a prelude by Mrs. Bailey, Mr. Robert Decker led the hymn, 
"0 How I Love Jesus," which was followed by prayer led by Rev. Robert 
C. Mann. 

42. In a period of miscellaneous business: 

(1) Rev. Holder referred us to a letter which had been distributed 
among the messengers. The letter was prepared by Mr. Johnny Enloe, 
Finance Chairman of South Mountain Baptist Camp. It indicated some- 
thing of the work of the Camp and appealed to the churches for financial 
aid. 

(2) Rev. Max Linnins emphasized "Operation Santa Claus," the 
program that seeks to provide Christmas gifts for patients at Brough- 
ton Hospital in Morganton, sponsored by the Cleveland County Mental 
Health Society. 

(3) Rev. Oscar Funderburke moved that the moderator's message 
be printed in the annual minutes. This motion was seconded and carried. 

(4) The Moderator appointed the following Committee on Place and 
Preacher: Rev. Oscar Funderburke, Chairman, Mrs. Lawrence Roberts, 
and Mrs. C. C. Warlick. 

43. The following reports were presented and adopted: 

(1) The Sunday School Report presented by Rev. Hugh Boi'ders. 

(2) The Training Union Report presented by Rev. James Sides, who 
relinquished his time to Rev. Dale Clark, New Training Union Director. 



(3) The W.M.U. Report presented by Mrs. S. C. Harrill (As ladies 
filed in with posters illustrating her points, Mrs. Harrill said that it is 
the work of the W.M.U. to teach missions, lead persons to participate 
in missions, provide organization for special mission projects, and pro- 
vide and interpret information regarding the work of the church and de- 
nomination. 

(4) The Music Report presented by Mr. Allen Jolley who relin- 
quished his time to Mr. Morris Jordan, new Director, who shared plans 
for the coming year. 

44. The Moderator reported that a message had been sent to Rev. 
George Julian and flowers to Mrs. W. E. McSwain according to in- 
structions. 

46. Dr. Paul Johnson presented the report of the Resolutions Com- 
mittee. It was adopted as printed elsewhere in this volume. 

47. Rev. Joel Jenkins, Pastor of New Hope, brought the Missionary 
Message using as his text Luke 14:12-23 and speaking on the subject, 
"Hi-Way Evangelism." He made the following points: (1) Our churches 
have become "refined" which brings the danger that we will lose sight 
of the dirty, sinsick world around us, (2) our churches are on the "de- 
cline" in the midst of which we need to consider those we are not reach- 
ing, and (3) our churches are characterized by the "sublime" wihch 
keeps our thoughts turned inward, forgetting about others. He urged 
the churches to be ever aware of the needy world. 

48. Mrs. Wacaster, substituting for Rev. George Julian, presented 
the slate of officers as nominated by the Committee on Nominations. 
These were elected as appear in this volume. 

49. Rev. Leonard Thomas, reporting for the Committee on Commit- 
tees, presented their nominees which were also elected and appear in 
this volume. 

50. The following officers were elected upon nomination from the 
floor : 

(1) Moderator: Rev. C. A. Kirby was nominated and elected by ac- 
clamation. 

(2) Vice-Moderator: Rev. Robert Mann and Rev. Norman Brown 
were nominated. Rev. Brown was elected. 

(3) Clerk-Treasurer: Rev. Billy G. Washburn was nominated and 
elected by acclamation. 

51. By common consent the Clerk was instructed to send a message 
to Dr. and Mrs. Perry Crouch. 

52. Rev. W. P. Biggerstaff conducted a brief memorial service in 
memory of those who have deceased during the year, naming two minis- 
ters: Rev. Jesse Blalock and Rev. Lawrence Roberts. 

53. The 116th annual session was adjourned with prayer by the new 
moderator. Rev. C. A. Kirby. 



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TENTATIVE PROGRAM FOR THE 116th ANNUAL 
SESSION OF THE KINGS MOUNTAIN 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



THURSDAY EVENING: 



7:00 
7:05 

7:15 

7:45 
7:50 



8:00 
8:35 
8:45 
9:10 



Hymn 

Prayer Rev. Dale Clark 

Organization 

Report on Order of Biisiness 

Appointment of Committee on Committees 
Report of Constitution Revision Committee 
Hymn 

Welcome to New Pastors, Ministers of Music and 
Education, Recognization of Visitors, Announcements, 
Miscellaneous Business 

Slides of Churches Rev. C. 0. Greene 

Special Music (2 numbers) Double Springs Choir 

Inspirational Message Dr. Joseph T. McClain 

Adjournment 



FRIDAY MORNING: 

9:00 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer 
9:05 General Board Report 
9:20 Business and Announcements 
Report of Committee on 
Report of Committee on 
Report of Committee on 
9:35 Hymn 

9:40 Doctrinal Message 
10:05 Consideration of Report of 

mittee 
10:30 What We Are Doing Now 
10:45 What We Hope To Do 
11:00 Special Music (3 numbers) 
11:10 State Convention Time 
12:00 Adjournment 



Rev. Lanny Elmore 



Place and Preacher 
Nominations 
Enrollment 

Rev. Russell Pitts 
Constitution Revision Com^- 

Rev. C. 0. Greene 

Rev. James Holder 

Gardner- Webb Ensemble 

Dr. Perry Crouch 



FRIDAY AFTERNOON: 



1:00 

1:05 
1:15 
1:25 



1:50 
2:05 
2:10 
2:35 
2:50 
3:00 



Hymn of Praise 

Prayer 

Christian Education 

Miscellaneous Business 

Organizational Reports 

Sunday School 

Training Union 

W. M. U. 

Brotherhood 

Music 
Report of Committee on Resolutions 
Hymn 

Missionary Message 
Election of Officers 
Memorials 
Adjournment 



Rev. Robert Mann 
Dr. Eugene Poston 

Rev. Hugh Borders 

Rev. James Sides 

Mrs. W. E. Mc Swain 

Mr. Paul Lancaster 

Mr. Allen Jolley 

Dr. Paul Johnson 

Rev. Joel Jenkins 

Rev. W. P. Biggerstaff 



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AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY REPORT 

"The American Bible Society has grown because of the prayers and 
gifts of people with believing hearts. The glorious record of their 
voluntary and often sacrificial giving will never be known on this 
earth. 

"We hope and pray that ever-increasing numbers of citizens will 
realize that the American Bible Society is the most important single 
enterprise in our nation. Remove the influence of the Bible and you 
remove the basic motivation for most of our acts of love and mercy. 
Nearly all of the people of the U.S.A. who give ten billion dollars a 
year to evangelize, heal, educate, liberate and in other ways assist their 
fellowman do so because of a Biblical motivation, often transmitted 
from a Bible-reading parent or grandparent. 

"The A.B.S. program is so simple that it is scorned by some and 
neglected by many. It consists of selling millions of people a copy 
of the Holy Scriptures in the language they can read at the price they 
can afford to pay, which is usually less than half the cost. Gifts make 
up the difference. Our files are full of such factual accounts as the 
man who received a Bible in his own language and said later, *I thought 
it was just a book but it was a new life.' 

"In carrying out this program we operate with the efficiency of a 
great international business organization. The most modern techniques 
of communication are used in preparing Scriptures in the language of 
the people. Publications are in eye-catching covers, have large type and 
carry indigenous illustrations. No international concern can equal the 
Bible Society marketing procedure of training thousands of volunteer 
distributors. Even as the product — the Bible — is offered to the people, 
the people are attracted to the product by donated time and space in 
every medium of mass communication. 

"Our 1966 goal is a distribution of 75,000,000 copies — one-half the 
world goal. If this can be maintained we will reach as many people 
with Scriptures in the next ten years as we have in the past 150 — but it 
will not be nearly enough, nor will it represent a fair share of what 
our wealthy nation should be doing. 

"The most important task in the world is before us — the American 
Bible Society is geared to do the job. With daring we have erected an 
essential new Bible House to replace one housing only 85 of our 400 
workers. We have an excellent Sponsoring Committee and a capable, 
active Board. We also have a young devoted staff. We have the or- 
ganization, the know-how, the experience. We now have dedicated 
partners in Bible Societies throughout the world and we have the 
greatest partner of all— the Lord of the Book. 

"There are no outside pressures, only the inside pressures that may 
develop in the mind and heart." 

The American Bible Society is observing its 150th anniversary this 
year, having been organized on May 12, 1816 in New York City. Gifts 
from individuals, churches, and other groups should be made through 
the church (giving denomination) and sent to the Secretary of the 
American Bible Society: Dr. Robert T. Taylor, 450 Park Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 10022. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. T. W. Bray 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

For the first time in two years, all ministers who are not enrolled 
in the Southern Baptist Protection Plan are being informed about its 
benefits. A direct mail campaign has been conducted to give ample in- 
formation to prospective ministers in each state convention. 

The Southern Baptist Protection Plan provides benefits for age, 
disability and widow. Cost for the protection is based on the minister's 
salary, and is 10 per cent of any amount up to $4,000 a year. The 
minister's church is encouraged to pay the total cost. In some cases the 
minister and church share the cost. The maximum amount a church 
can pay in the basic plan is $400 a year if its minister is under 60 
years of age. 

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Enrollment has reached 10,054 in the Health Benefit Plan. During 
the past year, promotional emphasis has been placed on this plan. 

The Health Plan is an all-inclusive program of hospital, surgical and 
major medical benefits. Enrollment is open on a semi-annual basis. 
The next enrollment will be open early in the fall with the deadline 
on November 30, 1966, 

In 1965, almost $4 million was paid in age retirement, disability or 
widow benefits to annuitants through the Annuity Board's protection 
program. The annuitants' checks vary in amounts, depending on the 
length of time each was a member and the amount of dues he paid. 

Since the beginning of the Annuity Board in 1918, almost $51 mil- 
lion has been paid out in benefits which annuitants have termed 
"manna from heaven." 

Today more than 16,660 churches are providing protection through 
the Protection Program for their ministers. Approximately 10,764 
of these churches are paying the 10 per cent dues. 

There are 135 of the 176 educational institutions, hospitals, child- 
ren's homes, homes for the aged and other Convention agencies who have 
protection programs with the Annuity Board. There are more than 
28,000 members in the retirement plans of the Annuity Board. 

There are seven states with 70 per cent or more of the churches in 
the Program. At present. North Carolina has 48 per cent of the churches 
in the Protection Program for ministers. 

Rev. Guy Cain promotes the Protection Program in North Carolina. 
He is jointly employed by the Annuity Board and North Carolina Bap- 
tist Convention. For information about any of the plans in the Pro- 
tection Program contact Rev. Guy Cain, 301 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh, 
North Carolina 27603, or write the Annuity Board, SBC, 511 North 
Akard Building, Dallas, Texas 75201. 



AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS REPORT 

We have now in our associational office; a library of 125 films for 
the use of the churches. We also have a 16MM motion picture projector, 
two 300 watt Viewlex film strip and slide projectors and a tape re- 
corder. 

Many of our churches have purchased their own equipment. The 
"Broadman Films Church Audio-Visual Education Guide" offers gen- 
erous help to the churches in the choice and use of films. 

Our associational library will soon add the following new films: 
VISITING THE UNSAVED, PRINCIPLES OF VISITATION, FOUN- 
DATION OF OUR BAPTIST HERITAGE and THE DESIRE OF ALL 
NATIONS. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. Edgar Bishop 



BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

Our Baptist Hospital and Medical School are a center of healing for 
body, mind and spirit, a center of training of medical personnel and 
Christian workers, and a center of scientific research for the advance- 
ment of medical care. 

Without a vast amount of medical research, there would be no heart 
surgery today by which lives are saved in our Baptist Hospital almost 
every week; and the same would be true of almost every new method 
of treating us when we are sick. Without schools for the training of 
doctors, nurses, technicians and others, there soon would be no skilled 



persons in our hospitals or in our communities to care for us when 
illness comes. Without a staff of highly trained and experienced special- 
ists and a vast amount of expensive specalized equipment, our Baptist 
Hospital could not offer the highly skilled medical care which is avail- 
able to us when serious illness strikes and a fine medical center is need- 
ed. Another very important fact is that the skilled medical care of our 
Hospital is made available to people who need it and cannot pay for it. 
These important services are the work of our Medical Center in Winston- 
Salem. 

The kind of medical care provided by our Hospital is very expensive, 
and the Hospital has no choice but to ask full payment of all who can 
pay. The Hospital has been spending in free care for our people far 
more than it receives from our Mother's Day Offerings, the Cooperative 
Program, and all welfare agencies combined. This has caused the Hos- 
pital to run into debt the past two years and the same has been happen- 
ing this year. Of course, the Hospital simply cannot continue to operate 
this way. Medicare is not going to change the situation greatly. Our 
people need to understand this and to recognize that we are going to 
have to provide much greater support if the Hospital is to continue 
to provde free service in the same measure for those who cannot pay 
for it. 

While some of our churches support the Hospital well indeed, most of 
them could do far more than they have been doing. We want to bring 
this to your attention, asking you to go back to your church and give 
this information to your people and help to lead them to give serious 
consideration to the Hospital's vital ministry and its urgent need. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dr. John C. Hamrick 

BEAUTIFICATION REPORT 

Request for help and information about the trees on Church pro- 
perties this year have not been numerous. We did give advice and made 
some suggestions in a few cases. 

We did help at Gardner Webb College in a Beautification Program 
that pleased the Architect and the Board in charge. This is to be fol- 
lowed up in a very earnest and impressive way, so that in years to come 
many beautiful trees will be added on this fine campus. 

The big problem with every one now is the labor situation but we 
will do our best to assist in any way for a more Beautiful Church Pro- 
perty. 

H. C. Wilson 

BIBLICAL RECORDER REPORT 

Many important issues are facing North Carolina Baptists. Churches 
are making decisions on the Life and Work Curriculum, especiaUy 
whether to use the Life and Work Sunday school lessons or the Uni- 
form Lessons. For a period of at least six months, the RECORDER 
will run both lessons as a service to our churches. 

In our state, changing conditions are raising serious questions about 
the fate of almost every institution we support. In the near_ future 
Baptists will have to decide our future course in higher education and 
in our Social Service institutions, especially in view of increased gov- 
ernment participation in these areas. The RECORDER will present the 
issues and possible choices open to us. 

In the Southern Baptist Convention, there is talk of a name change. 
The work of our Baptist colleges is being studied as never before. A 
great Crusade of the Americas is in the planning stages. All of us 
need to know about these developments. 

In addition to issues within our own denomination, new and disturb- 
ing clouds are on the horizon elsewhere. Talk of a New Morality, the 
so-called Death of God Movement, and the drastic changes in young 
people's attitudes toward the church are being widely discussed. Christ- 
ians need to be informed on these trends. 



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A drive is taking shape in North Carolina for liquor-by-the-drink. 
The 1967 General Assembly will consider such propsals and Baptists 
need a dependable source of information so they can act when necessary. 
The RECORDER will give on-the-spot coverage. 

Instead of merely receiving this as a report, please take definite 
action to see that the RECORDER soon goes to every family in your 
church membership. All of us know that the RECORDER is just as im- 
portant as other literature which our churches distribute, if not more 
so. No other publication can take the place of the BIBLICAL RE- 
CORDER. 

In these inflationary times, it is refreshing to have something that 
is not out of reach financially. Under the Church Budget Plan, the 
RECORDER is available for $2 a year — the same price it was more 
than 100 years ago. Your church will be a stronger church with every 
family receiving our state paper each week. Don't delay this important 
decision, especially in view of the issues facing North Carolina Baptists 
in the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. Marse Grant, Editor 



BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

The major activity of the Brotherhood in our Association continues 
to be our R.A. Program under the leadership of Mr. Bill Philbeck. He 
is to be highly commended for the splendid way in which he has offered 
leadership, inspiration and guidance in this phase of Brotherhood work. 

Quarterly meetings of the Associational Brotherhood were held this 
year, with special emphasis on World Missions, Christian Witness and 
Personal Stewardship. The Brotherhood also joined with the R.A.s in 
the annual R.A. Conclave held at Sandy Plains during the spring. All of 
these meetings were well attended. 

During the year I was privileged to speak in several churches con- 
cerning the Brotherhood Program. I shall strive in the coming year to 
visit all of our churches and to offer assistance where possible. 

The coming year will bring a new concept in Brotherhood activity 
in our churches. Teaching missions to ALL men, young men, and boys 
is the planned goal of this new program. The objective of this new pro- 
gram in a Baptist church is to lead men, young men, and boys to a 
deeper commitment to missions, to a more meaningful prayer life for 
missions, to a larger stewardship on behalf of missions, and to a per- 
sonal involvement in missions. Mission Study and Mission Action will 
be given special emphasis in all phases of the work. Workshops and 
seminars are being planned to better acquaint and equip ALL men, young 
men and boys to be of greater service in the advancement of God's King- 
dom. 

The greatest challenge that has ever been presented to Baptist men, 
young men, and boys is contained in this new concept of Brotherhood 
work. 

Paul A. Lancaster 
Brotherhood Director 



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PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION* 

October 1, 1966 — September 30, 1967 
I. SALARIES: 

Siipt. of Missions (Salary & Housing) ___ $7,500.00 

Clerk-Treasurer 750.00 

Secretary 3,18o!oO 

TOTAL $11430 00 

IL PROMOTIONAL: ^ii,4du.uu 

Sunday School & VBS 150.00 

Training- Unron 150.00 

Brotherhood & RA 200.00 

Visual Aid & Equipment 75,00 

Church Music 5o!oO 

Evangelism 50^00 

Office Operating Expense 800.00 

Office Telephones 220.00 

Special Emphasis 200.00 

Speaker's Honorarium 200 00 

TOTAL ' 2,095 00 

III. SPECIAL: ^,uyo.uu 

Expense Allowance (Supt. of Missions) __ 1,500.00 

Retirement Fund 470.00 

Convention & Conference Expense 300.00 

Utilities 150.00 ' ■ ^ 

FICA (Taxes) 150.00 

Christmas Gifts 200.00 

Printing of Minutes 1,500.00 

Rent li200!00 

Miscellaneous 250 00 

TOTAL !___ " ' 5 720 00 

IV. HISTORICAL COMxMISSION 'lOo'oO 

GRAND TOTAL BUDGET ____ 19,345'.00 

We further recommend that Rev. Greene be allowed to 
use up to $3,000.00 of his salary for housing allowance. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred. C. Crisp, Chairman 
Missions Council 
•as amended by the General Board , 

CHILDREN'S HOMES REPORT 

Reports are not available at this time of what our cfiurches gave to 
the Baptist Children's Homes during the past associational year but 
will be available in the statistical reports of our minutes which will 
be available in the near future. 

We had planned to give a brief historical sketch of the beginnings 
of the care of chilren in need of special care, but we found that such 
was done two years ago. Following is the report sent out from the 
Baptist Children's Homes. Under the impact of the life, ministry and 
teachings of Christ and under the leadership of the Holy Spirit, North 
Carolina Baptists, eighty-one years ago launched a Christian ministry 
of child care. This has grown considerably and is widely recognized 
for its qualities of service and pioneering spirit. Sons and daughters 
of the Chldren's Homes are scattered throughout the world. They are 
actively engaged in all walks of life and are making a significant 
contribution to the uplift of mankind as a result of their early Christ- 
ian training made possible by North Carolina Baptists and other friends. 

As we continue to build upon foundations already laid, special atten- 
tion is being given certain areas of child care. An already strong pro- 
gram of group care is being strengthened at Mills Home, Kennedy Home 
and Odum Home. A good degree of progress has been realized in work- 
ing with emotionally Child Development Program for preschool children, 
conducted on the Mills Home campus, has had an excellent first year 
of operation. Churches throughout the state are studing the program 



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conducted on the Mills Home campus, has had an excellent first year 
of operation. Churches throughout the state are studing the program 
and facilities preparatory to providing similar services. Prospects are 
encouraging for a home for children in the western part of the state 
more adequately to serve the needs of our people who live west of the 
Blue Ridge Mountains. Constant attention is being given to more ef- 
fective ways of meeting the highly specialized needs of children coming 
out of broken and inadequate situations. 

We have a large number of good Christian homes for the care of 
foster children. More are needed in all sections of the state. Foster 
homes serve children of ail ages and are of particular advantage for 
some who have special needs. Foster home parents may be of varying 
ages and circumstances in life. Couples with or without children of their 
own who have an abundance of love find this to be a challenging and 
rewarding opportunity of Christian service. 

Sincere appreciation is expressed to all who have, in any way helped 
to support our child care ministry. We are indeed grateful for increas- 
ing income through the Cooperative Program. Last year's Thanksgiving 
Offering is approaching three hundred and fifteen thousand dollars 
($315,000.00) and is the largest ever. Special gifts and designations 
such as the Once-a-month otfering continue to provide a substantial part 
of our income. Through estate planning and the making of Christian 
wills an increasing number of individuals and famles are investing in 
present and future generations of boys and girls who are in need of 
the services of the Baptist Children's Homes. Roger Williams, former 
pastor of the Mills Home Baptist Church, is devoting full time to work- 
ing with our Baptist people in this area, and he or other members of 
our staff will count it a privilege to assist you in exploring this field of 
Christian stewardship. 

We covenant with you to face the future as we have the past: to 
offer Christian nurture to distressed children in the Name of the Lord 
Jesus Christ. 

A. B. Wood 

CO-OPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT 

Just before Jesus went back to heaven he told His followers to go 
into ^11 the world and make disciples. This is what He is saying to His 
followers in this twentieth century. This is the task that each church 
and each Christian is called to do. . 

When we give through the Co-operative Program we are carrying out 
the spirit of this last command of Jesus. It is through the Co-operative 
Program that we feed the hungry, clothe the naked, heal the sick, and 
preach the gospel to the ends of the earth. 

Each year we note with joy the increased number oi mi?^ior.^ries 
who can "go" and we are in an era of great mission advance on every 
front. It behooves each church and each Christian to support the work 
of missions so the advance may continue. , 

The most obvious way we can support missions is to give, it is 
gratifying to note an ever increasing amount that we give through 
the Co-operative Program and to all misisons. 

Last year's minutes reveal that we gave $207,868.00 through the Co- 
operative Program— an increase of over $20,000 given the previous year. 

All but five churches in our association gave same amount through 
the Co-operative Program last year and only one failed to make a gift 
to some mission cause. 

In addition to our gifts we can support the Co-operative Program 
through our prayers. As we pray earnestly we become more concerned 
and as we become more concerned we will increase our giving. 

Submitted by 
Roland Leath 



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EVANGELISM REPORT 

The state conference on evangelism continues to serve as a revival for 
the pastors and leaders of the churches in the state. The finest leaders 
in this field challenge the churches to greater endeavor in this area each 
year. We urge attendance of this conference gain in February of 1967. 

The Southern Baptist Convention, meeting in Detroit last spring was 
challenged to commit itself to full participation in the "Crusade of the 
Americas". This is to be a joint crusade of North and South America in 
1969 designed to win tens of thousands to faith in Christ. The Baptists 
of Brazil have initiated this evangelistic effort. The idea grew out of 
the Brazilian revivals of 1965 in which some hundred thousand people 
made professions of faith in the Lord. "Christ is the Only Hope" will 
be the crusade hymn. Dr. Hershal Hobbs has said this could be the 
greatest single evangelistic endeavor since the Lord walked upon the 
earth. 

In February of this year a very successful Evangelistic Rally was 
held at the Bethelehem church. In spite of rain and cold the church 
was nearly filled and the spirit of the service was good. Rev. Hatcher 
Elliott and Rev. Wilburn T. Hendrix brought fine messages and led 
the service in a fine manner. 

Let us pray for all the evangelistic efforts of our churches and begin 
now to plan and pray for the "Crusade of the Americas". 

For information on baptisms and church memberships, see the as- 
sociational clerk's report. 

Respectifully submitted, 
Wilson W. Padgett, Chairman 

FOREIGN MISSIONS REPORT 

At the close of 1965, there were 2,070 missionaries under appoint- 
ment by the Foreign Mission Board, for service in 61 countries plus 
Hawaii. Two hundred and thirteen new missionaries were appointed 
during the year including missionary associates and missionary journey- 
men. Seven mssionaries were reappointed. 

Forty-six missionary journeymen were sent to mission fields for two 
years of service, and plans were made for a larger group to be sent 
out in 1966. 

A missionary consultation, involving 281 Baptist leaders 42 coun- 
tries resulted in careful studies of missionary strategy and procedures. 

Special stress has been laid upon evangelism. The nation-wide 
evangelistic crusade in Brazil was attended by more than 150,0000 per- 
sons and resulted in more than 82,000 decision for Christ. Many other 
major evangelistic efforts were projected during 1965. 

At the close of 1965, the sum of $1,823,505 was received through the 
Cooperative Program for advance. The Foreign Mission Board received 
through the Cooperative Program in 1965 a grand total of $11,123,505. 
This amount represented 49.28 percent of the Cooperative Program 
funds received. 

Plans have also been made for an extended orientation program 
for outgoing new missionaries. This is in answer to an urgently felt 
need on many fields. 

It is hoped that 250 new missionaries may be appointed in 1966. 
The Board is grateful to God that reinforcement for the missionary task 
has come in parallel lines of life dedication and financial resources. 
Deepening prayer support undergirding all missionary labor is of major 
importance, and becomes increasingly urgent for the responsibilities of 
the days ahead. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Kenneth Gibson 



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GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE REPORT 

Lloyd C. Bost, Chairman, Board of Trustees 

E. Eugene Poston, President of the College 

Gardner-Webb College opened her 60th year with the largest student 

body and faculty in the history of the school. A total of 1,252 students 

have been enrolled for the fall term. There are 98 faculty and staff 

members. 

The new Charles I. Dover Campus Center was opened during the 
summer of 1966. This building includes a student dining area, a 
faculty dining room, a lounge, post office, bookstore, faculty offices, 
student government and publications rooms, a modern kitchen, large 
recreatin areas, and a beautiful fountain. 

The Spangler Stadium and the V. F. Hamrick Field House and 
Mauney Hall will be formally dedicated October 22. Governor Dan 
K. Moore and Congressman Basil L. Whitener will lead in the dedica- 
tion and the formal opening. 

The 0. Max Gardner Memorial Building has been converted into a 
Fine Arts Building. Studios for the music faculty, practice rooms, a 
band room, a recital hall, and an art department will do much to 
meet the needs of the student body. 

One of the highlights of the past year was the adoption of a long 
range expansion program by the Board of Trustees and the Board of 
Advisors. Mr. Robert H. Rucker of the University of Oklahoma has 
worked a year on a Master Plan for Gardner-Webb College. 

The plan is adequate enough to take care of a student body of 
5,000. All the students would be within a 10 minute walk of the 
dormitories and the classroom buildings. 

The Gardner-Webb Trustees and Advisors are working diligently 
toward graduating a four-year class by 1971. Detailed plans will 
be presented to the Council on Christian Higher Education, the 
General Board of the Baptist State Convention, and the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina, after adequate preparations for the 
senior college status have been fulfilled. 

Gardner-Webb College continues as a liberal arts college with a 
reasonable amount of vocational education. The A. A. Degree Nursing 
Program, the IBM Data Proccessing School, and the Secretarial De- 
partment offer students vocational education on a broad liberal arts 
foundation. 

The purpose of Gardner- Webb College is "to develop quality Chris- 
tian students who will think for themselves and who will dedicate 
thehiselves to the Christian way of life in the vocation of their own 
choice." The trustees, the advisors, and the faculty and administration 
are working toward fulfilling the above stated purpose. The college 
will continue to serve the Baptists of North Carolina. The college lead- 
ers recognize and are proud of the fact that ownership and control of 
the college belong to the Baptist State Convention. 

During the past year the Endowment Funds increased $89,012 
through bequests and savings. The plant assets increased $904,065. At 
the present time the Gardner-Webb College Endownment Fund is valued 
at apnroximately $1,501,347, including an ii-revocable trust. The physi- 
cal plant is valued at $3,974,433. As of July 31, 1966, Gardner-Webb 
College owed a debt of $500,000 to the Wachovia Bank and Trust Com- 
pany. This is being amortized at the rate of $5,000 per month, plus 
interest. Pledges are in hand to complete the payment of the debt, 
and also to complete the "Extra Dimension" program started in 1964. 

GENERAL BOARD REPORT 

The General Board has faithfully carried out its purpose, "to pro- 
mote the interest and carry forward the work of the A.ssociation 
(Article 14 in the Constitution), during the past year. This involved 
the filling of many offices coming vacant during the year, dealing with 
financial and organizational questions, informing Board members of the 



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work of the organizations through formal reports, and co-ordinating 
all our work. The effective leadership of Moderator, Rev. James Holder, 
and Superintendent of Missions, Rev. C. O. Greene, has meant much 
to the work of the Board. 

Some items of special interest and important dealt with by the 
Board merit individual attention: 

(1) Though the Seminary Extension Department is so organized 
that it can carry on its work without special instruction from the 
Board, the Board continue to back this work and in December, by 
special action, the Board instructed the Seminary Extension Commit- 
tee to proceed with plans for a course especially designed for laymen. 
Following this action two classes were set up — one in Old Testament 
and one in New Testament — in which a total of 25 lay persons were 
enrolled, according to later reports from the committee. Reports in- 
dicated that all who were participating in this work were pleased with 
the results. 

(2) In January a request was heard from Rev. Max Linnins for 
approval of ministerial aid for Steve Williams of Boiling Springs 
Baptist Church. This request was granted. 

(3) In February the Board received a recommendation from the 
Pastor's Conference "that the General Board have a committee appoint- 
ed to investigate the idea of a radio program sponsored by the Asso- 
ciation to present the Baptist point of view." After lengthy discussion, 
the recommendation was adopted and the committee was appointed. 
The study was made and in the next meeting the committee brought 
for the consideration of the Board a list of guidelines for the program. 
In the same meeting the Missions Council recommended that $450 be 
set up to finance the program through September. Upon adoption of 
this recommendation plans were put in motion for the program. The 
program began on April 9, being made available each Saturday for 
30 minutes. Most of the programs were panel discussions. In the August 
meeting discussion was resumed on the subject in connection with 
discussion concerning the budget for 1966-1967. It was agreed that 
the value of the program was questionable and the Board voted to re- 
move the item from the budget, thus bringing the program to an 
end in September. 

(4) In March, when there seemed to be a good possibility for one 
of three state supported alcoholic rehabilitation centers being located 
in Cleveland County, a statement was approved indicating that the 
Board looked with favor upon the idea of locating a center here. Let- 
ters carrying this statement were sent to members of the committee 
responsibile for choosing locations for the centers. 

(5) In August, action was taken instructing the treasurer to pur- 
chase for $230 a 16MM movie projector and a 300 watt slide-film 
strip projector, also to pay the balance on a tape recorder ($^3.60) 
thus making all of these machines available for all of our churches. 
The projectors had previously been available only to CAVE participants. 

It has been a pleasure for us, the members of the General Board, to 
serve you throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Billy G. Washburn, Clerk 

''Take heed unto yourselves lest ye forget the covenunt 
of the Lord your God " Deuteronomy A:23 

One of the tasks of the Historian is to tell the Association again 
and again not to FORGET the covenants of our faith, or forget to be 
humble, or forget prayer, or forget our brother man, or forget the 
unsaved, or forget the beauties of the earth; and especially not to 
FORGET God Himself and His love, His word and works and all His 
benefits. 

A second task of the Historian is to urge the Association to posi- 
tively REMEMBER these things. Also to remember all His command- 
ments, remember His Day, His Will and His Way. Remember His 
Mercies, His Songs and His Saints. Again REMEMBER the Prophets, 
the Past and the Poor. Above all, REMEMBER the Plan. . . . 

These things I do earnestly urge you to remember and not forget. 



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As Historian and Chairman of the Historical Committee, I am 
privileg-ed to recommend for the Committee that the Association: 

1. Commit itself to the publication of a comprehensive history of 
itself and its churches, to be completed in 1970, four years from now. 

2. Authorize the Committee to begin the immediate collection of 
information and data and put into proper form for publication, 

3. Budget approximately $2,500 per year to be allocated to this 
project, and ask the churches to increase their payments to the Asso- 
ciation by approximately $0.10 per resident member per year to sup- 
port the History. 

4. Employ qualified clerical help to work on the History, with all 
materials to be gathered in the Associational Center. Assignments 
for work would be made by the Historical Committee and supervision 
of the work be furnished by the Associational Missionary and the 
Historian. 

W. Wyan Washburn, M.D. Historian 
Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

HOME MISSIONS REPORT 

The Home Mission Board is grouping its resources for a creative ap- 
proach to meet the near revolutionary changes which dominate life in 
the United States. SOCIAL CHANGES AFFECTING MISSIONS in- 
clude the urbanization and industrialization of the nation, the population 
growth, the search for civil justice, and a revolution in morals. The 
Home Mission Board is seeking to discover the individual's, the church's, 
and the denomination's mission in a changing society. 

HIGHLIGHTS IN MEETING CHANGE by the Home Mission Board 
include the addition of a Division of Administrative Services, a Depart- 
ment of Work Related to Non-Evangelicals, a Department of Christian 
Social Ministries, a Department of Special Mission Ministries, Art 
Services, Mission Property Services, and emphasis on metropolitan and 
academic evangelism, an associate director in the Division of Missions, 
and the Division of Communication. 

IN SUPPORTING MISSIONS in the United States, Cuba, Puerto 
Rico, and Panama, Southern Baptists channeled more than $7,900,000 
through the Home Mission Board. The Cooperative Program provided 
$4,365,353, including the largest Advance Section in history, $911,753; 
and the Annie Armstrong Offering promoted by Woman's Missionary 
Union provided a record $3,573,140.' DISASTER RELIEF became a per- 
manent ministry of the agency in the Department of Christian Social Min- 
istries, and $50,000 was allocated from the Advance Section for aid to 
hurricane-stricken areas in Louisiana. 

THE MISSIONARY FORCE of over 2,000 is mostly employed under 
the cooperative agreements with state Baptist conventions. The lower 
figure of the number of missionaries is due to a restudy of missionary 
categories. In addition, 656 students are employed for ten weeks for the 
summer of 1966, and the first group of US-2ers (college graduates 
for two-year terms) and the first of the Christian Service Corps (ma- 
ture lay persons for short terms of voluntary service) were appointed. 

ACTIVE DUTY CHAPLAINS increased during the year, matching 
"the increased manpower and readiness" in Viet Nam. Some fifty 
Southern Baptist chaplains were ordered to duty during the past year, 
and now 528 serve with the Army, Navy, and Air Force, and the figure 
is expected to reach 600 before the end of 1966. 781 CHAPLAINS, in 
addition to those in active duty with the military, are commissioned in 
the reserve, student program, or National Guards with the military 
services. ANOTHER 233 CHAPLAINS serve full time with the vet- 
erans administration, hospitals, and other institutions and industry, 
plus forty-one part-time chaplains in these categories. 

The Home Mission Board is providing ways the individual, the church, 
and the denomination can meet the needs of people. Your increased 
support and your sharing Christ, with a larger missionary force and 
staff, is urgently needed, to place God's Word in the hands of people so 
they v/ill accept it in their hearts. Also, there is need for 186 more 
home missionaries. Needs in our land are greater today than ever be- 
fore. There are more people, places and spiritual problems. Evangelism, 

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the starting of new churches and church-type missions, and other tradi- 
tional work in home missions will receive priority. Special attention will 
be given to metropolitan areas, and the growing number of unchurched. 
Without prayer support your Home Mission Board cannot get along. 
Prayer is one way every one can participate in giving God's Word to 
the people in our land and other lands. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. L. McGaha 

BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE AGING REPORT 

Reflection on the past year of life in our four Baptist Homes for 
the Aging is a reminder once again of the goodness of the Lord to us. 
We are constantly aware of the bountiful way in which He has blessed 
us, and this has been particularly true since our last report to the 
good people in our Baptist Associations. 

During this time we have ministered to 172 deserving older men 
and women. All of these have been blessed by the love gifts of North 
Carolina Baptists, through the Special Day offering, received on the 
third Sunday of February each year, and through our share in the 
Cooperative Program. The large majority, at least SbV( , have bene- 
fitted directly from these gifts and have actually been sustained at the 
point of their financial need. 

The Special Day offering for 1966 is at an all time high and looks 
as if it might be $100,000.00 for the first time. This is very good, and 
we are profoundly grateful. We must not forget, however, that, even 
though there has been a 5Vr increase in the offering from last year, 
costs have advanced by 7'y. (Churches in the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association contributed $3,325.94 from July 1965 through June 1966.) 

We are in the midist of miracles, and the past year has been one in 
which we have witnessed unusual blessings from the Lord. There have 
been fewer deaths than previously, and the critically ill, in many in- 
stances, have been brought back to a measure of reasonably good health. 
Nursing care has been of the highest quality, and you would rejoice 
to know how far your concern and your gifts go in ministering to the 
needs of the residents, particularly at the point of tender loving care 
in illness. 

Perhaps the outstanding paradox in all of our Homes is that the 
first resident to receive a Medicare card, during this first year of the 
operation of Medicare, is our oldest resident, who never takes any medi- 
cation at all and who does not need to see a doctor, or go to the hospital. 
She is Aunt Fannie Drumwright, who celebrated her 105th birthday in 
July. 

it is anticipated that construction will begin on our fifth Home at 
Yanceyville during the coming year, and when it is completed, we will 
be able to minister in all of our Homes to 200 older men and women 
and relieve, in measure, the terrific pressure of a long waiting list of 
170 people. 

This ministry of love, in Christ's name, is dependent upon the con- 
cern, the love, the prayers, and the increased financial support of North 
Carolina Baptists. We are, therefore, going to count heavily on you and 
believe that you will not disappoint the aging people who are looking 
to you urgently for help. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William Poole 

General Superintendent 

LIBRARIAN'S REPORT 

When the Apostle Paul admonished Timothy to ''give attendance to 
reading" he was emphasizing a very important factor in Christian 
growth. 

There are many reasons why a library is a vital part of any church 
program. The most obvious one is that every organization must have 
proper reference books if it is to do an acceptable job. 



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I am happy to report that the circulation of books found in the 
various churches of our Association has greatly increased over the past 
year. It is gratifying to learn of the splendid work Elizabeth church 
has accomplished during the past year. Their library is only one year 
old. Out of their eight hundred books an average of two hundred 
checked out per month. 

To me, the church library is a staunch friend, a wise counselor, and 
an able assistant, standing in readiness for service to any who will 
draw upon its resources. 

A reading church is a growing church. 

Respectfully submitted 
Mrs. Aubrey L. Calton 

BAPTIST MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY REPORT 

The forty-six members of the Ministers' Wives, Auxiliary to the 
Kings Mountain Association, have a wonderful and inspiring fellowship 
together in the Lord. Our varied programs during the year were based 
on the theme, "Keys to Christian Usefulness." 

During the past year, 1965-66, the Ministers' wives voted to compile a 
historical record of the organization. This has just been completed. A 
copy of this history is to be presented to each member and a copy placed 
in the Baptist Center. 

The Auxiliary sent a love gift in April to Mrs. W. T. Roberson, a 
former president, who was until recently serving as missionary in South 
Vietnam. We also purchased some small items for the pediatric ward of 
the Cleveland Memorial Hospital during the summer. 

We cordially invite all wives of ministers in our association to join 
with us in fellowship, inspiration, and service for our Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Wilson Harmon 
President 

MISSIONS COUNCIL REPORT 

The Missions Council held four meetings during the year. The 
organizational meeting was held on November 2, 1965. The following 
officers were elected : 

Chairman: Fred C. Crisp 

Associate Chairman: Carl Spangler 

Secretary: Mrs. L. P. Williams 

Finance and Adiministration : Norman Brown, Chairman; Hugh 
Dover, Aaron Phipps, A. L. Calton, George Julian 

Missions Planning: Forrest Teague, Chairman; Hoyle Wright, Jen- 
nings Brooks, Hubert Dixon, Carl Spangler 

Institutional and Interracial: Wayne Ashe, Chairman; George 
Byrd, Floyd Willis, Mrs. C. D. Forney, Jr., Mrs. L. P. Williams 

Other business of the Council this year consisted of the following: 
arranged for our new clerk's salary to begin on October 15, 1965, and for 
him to use up to $100.00 for help in preparing the material for our 
minutes; acquired thirty minutes of broadcasting time on radio station 
WOHS, Shelby, which was used for about five months before being can- 
celed; purchased new electric typewriter for office; prepared budget 
for 1966-67, and numerous other matters were discussd in each of our 
meetings. 

It has been a pleasure to have served you this year and I hope and 
pray we will have even a greater year in all areas of our "work during 
the year 1966-67. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred C. Crisp, Chairman 

ASSOCIATIONAL MUSIC MINISTRY REPORT 

This year, as always, the goal of the associational music ministry 
was to provide leadership and inspiration for the churches in the associa- 

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tion. Music is a vital part of all of the services of the church, and an 
improvement in the music will be reflected in all phases of worship. 

Each church has a music ministry. When a person is elected to 
lead the music, and to some extent supervise the music activities, there 
is then an organized music ministry. 

Through the years the Choir Festivals have been of inestimable 
help in aiding the churches in the improvement of their music programs. 
Choirs that enter the Regional Festivals are eligible then to go to the 
State Festivals. For the Regional Festivals a choir must prepare two 
songs from memory for presentation before the judges and all the choirs 
present. The judges give detailed assistance as they attempt to point 
out strong and weak points of each choir's presentation. In this way, 
the director has help as he tries to improve his choirs. 

This year the Regional Festival was held at Elizabeth under the 
direction of Bob Decker who is Director for Region Eight. Sixteen 
choirs from the association took part, with most of them going on to the 
state festival at Wake Forest College. 

The music committee of the association stands ready to be of any 
assistance to vou in every possible way. Call on them if they can help. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. Allen Jolley 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION REPORT 

Sometimes in writing an annual report we are tempted to make a 
very large mistake to discover that people really read the report. The 
only mistake in this report may be one of over-enthusiasm for the fine 
way the Baptists of North Carolina are beginning to understand and 
use the Foundation. This has been a good year in Baptist Foundation 
work and we are eternally grateful to each one of you for having a 
part in promoting the work of the Foundation. 

We are indeed grateful to the pastors of this state for the wonderful 
cooperation they have accorded the Baptist Foundation. They have en- 
courged us greatly by furnishing the names of individuals who may be 
interested in the Foundation; they have invited us to their church to 
speak on various occasions; they have been most generous with their 
time in discussing with us the problems, programs, and purposes of 
the Foundation. Many of our lay friends, lawyers, bankers, trust of- 
ficers, and other interested individuals have given of their time and 
have helped us materially in promoting our work. 

Assets of the Foundation have increased during the past year reach- 
ing approximately one million dollars including our real estate by 
December. Many of our people are setting up memorial funds, trust 
agreements, annuity agreements, and are using other services provided 
by the Baptist Foundation. We believe we are organized in such a 
manner that we can answer most any request an individual makes of 
us, either through the church or as an individual. By this I mean that 
we can visit him individually and explain the work of the Foundation 
and how he may participate in it, or we can go to any group meeting 
that would provide an opportunity to discuss will making and uses of 
the Foundation. We covet your continued prayers for this work and 
hope that in the future you will make use of the facilities of The 
North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. 

ORDINATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Ordination Advisory Committee exists for the purpose of as- 
sisting churches of the Association to examine candidates for ordina- 
tion to the Gospel Ministry. Each candidate is examined concerning his 
experience of regeneration, Divine Call to the ministry, soundness of 
doctrine, pastoral ethics, church policy and denominational loyalty. 

Four churches called on the committee this associational year. Boil- 
ing Springs Church, Robert L. Lamb; Calvary Church, Clyde Hamrick; 
Lawndale Church, Cecil Buff; Westview Church, David Blanton and 
Alfred Snipes. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dennis M. Larkins, Chairman 

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PASTORS' CONFERENCE REPORT 

The Pastors' Conference met in the Westview Church for the month- 
ly meetings of September, October, and November in cooperation with 
the Seminary Extension Class for the study of the Gospel of John. 

Other meetings during the year were held in the Webb Chapel of the 
First Baptist Church. Some of the programs were led by Joseph 
T. McClain, C. O. Greene, Eugene Poston, L. P. Barnette, Marse Grant 
and Mrs. Wilson Harmon. 

Inspiring programs and delightful fellowship accounted for excellent 
attendance at each meeting. 

Officers for 1966-67 are: President, Russell Fitts; Vice-president, 
Paul Johnson; Secretary, James Graham; Chorister, Wilson Padgett; 
Pianist, Floyd Willis. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dennis M. Larkins, President 



ROYAL AMBASSADOR REPORT 

1966 was our most successful year. New chapters were started at 
Piedmont, Pleasant Ridge and Zoar. Our RA Conclave was the best 
one we have had in three years. We had 300 boys present. In 1965 
we had 240. Mr. Bill Jackson, State RA Leader, was speaker. 

In baseball we really bloomed. Our teams increased from 18 to 28. 
We had 4 leagues, with Poplar Springs winning in both junior and 
intermediates. New Prospect and Pleasant Grove won the other Junior 
Crown and was undefeated. Westview and Eastside, Shelby, were co- 
champions in the other intermediate league. Boys registered increased 
from 285 to 514. The All-Star games were evenly matched. The Junior 
game was 3-0 and the intermediate game was rained out in the 5th 
inning, the score being 1-0. We are planning to start a RA Basketball 
league in 1967. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bill Philbeck, RA Leader 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN BAPTIST CAMP REPORT 

God blessed Your South Mountain Baptist Camp with another won- 
derful season. Many who came had a deep experience with God. Their 
mission vision was broadened. They learned how everyone should help 
proclaim the message of Christ throughout the whole world. 

Over 1800 attended your camp during the summer for some kind of 
planned activity. One-hundred and fifty-six attended from your As- 
sociation. 

Six-hundred and eighty-nine made decisions for Christ, including 136 
professions of faith. Five-hundred earned honor awards by participating 
in camp activities, camp attitude and study in G.A. or R.A. work. 

The road into the camp was paved in July at a cost of $14,393.00. 
Half of this has been paid. However, we had to use some of our operat- 
ing funds to do this. The remaining $7,196.00 has to be paid by Feb. 
15, 1967. Some of this has been plecigea. nuwever, we wm i.ccu o^^er 
churches and individuals to help pay off this indebtedness. Your in- 
vestment in this road paving project will help us to make the road to 
Jesus and to a deeper commmeti iiie clearer for hundreds of boys and 
girls each year. 

A two story staff building and a Missionary cottage is being built. 

Churches, Associations, Pastors Conferences, and church groups are 
urged to use your camp for clinics, suppers, and picnics. For informa- 
tion contact T. A. Lineberger, Route 1, box 229-L Connelly Springs, N. C. 

Respectfully submitted, 
T. A, Lineberger, Director 



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SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

Associational Sunday School work for the past year has been con- 
centrated in two general areas. Beginning with an association wide 
meeting held in April at the Westview Baptist Church the new "Life and 
Work" curriculum materials were presented. With the October-Novem- 
ber-December, 1966, quarter, Southern Baptist churches will have a 
choice in regard to Sunday School literature for Young People and 
Adults. The purpose of that meeting, and many private conversations 
with church leaders since that time, was to aid the churches in an 
understanding of the old "Uniform Lessons Series," and the new "Life 
and Work" curriculum. The choice of curriculum materials was left with 
each church. Our effort was to help them make that choice an intelligent 
one in the light of their own preference and local needs. 

The second area of work had to do with planning and promoting 
associational clinics on the "Five Year Spiritual Growth Program." 
Two clinics were held: one at Waco Baptist Church where Manual I 
was discussed, and Elizabeth Baptist Church where Manuals II and III 
were presented. Both meetings were well attended. 

We concur with those who consider the new curriculum and Spirit- 
ual Growth program promising new tools that can greatly assist every 
church that has a serious desire to minister more effectively in the 
local community in the name of Jesus Christ. 

Hugh L. Borders 



SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS REPORT 

As I complete seven years of service as Superintendent of Missions 
allow me a few observations concerning our work. 

1. The coming of many new and large industries to our county, 
some of them operating continuously and on rotating shifts, has caused 
our churches to have to rethink their ministry to the family. Not much 
specifically has been altered yet but we must make new and bold plans 
if the church is to adjust its ministry to meet these changed conditions. 
It may call for duplicate organizations meeting at different times from 
the generally accepted ones; it may call for a more intensive ministry 
in and to the home; it may demand a new look at religion and leisure; it 
may call for the formation of small groups meeting for study, prayer, 
and worship. 

2. There are growing points of tension in our world. The baffling 
trends in racial strife, the growing concept of the "new morality" which 
is but an effort to dress up the "old immorality" and make it reputable, 
the frustrating war in Vietnam and our country's growing involvement 
in so many nations and in so many ways all around the world, the "afflu- 
ent society" which has caused us to lose our sense of values and our 
feeling of need for God; these are but a few of the areas of tension. 
What is the church to do about them? Retreat further into our institu- 
tionalized concern with keeping the wheels turning or seek to apply the 
spirit and the principles of Jesus to these disturbing areas? 

3. While we are grateful for all that we as Baptists do in this 
Association there are still unmet needs. There is yet no church sponsor- 
ed religious instruction for the mentally retarded, the deaf, the emo- 
tionally disturbed. We minister to those in prison but there is no 
special effort to rehabilitate the juvenile delinquent and save him from 
himself and for society. We make little effort to deal with the growing 
problem of alcoholism. Many of the folk in our church shadows are still 
unreached by the church and for Christ. 

All that we do is directed toward meeting these needs. The staff of 
the Association, plus more than two hundred volunteer workers in all 
the organizations, plus some four-score dedicated ministers, plus hun- 
dreds of dedicated laymen work selflessly and oftimes with little recog- 
nition in trying to sow the seed of the Gospel, trusting that God in His 
own good time and way will bring the harvest. Join us in the sowing." 

Respectfully submitted, 
C. O. Greene 
Superintendent of Missions 

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TRAINING UNION REPORT 

Training Union has been undergoing and is still undergoing tre- 
mendous changes in its organizational structure and in its materials. 
This past church year a number of new manuals have been published 
and many of our churches have given them serious study and evalua- 
tion for their training needs. The new Life and Work Curriculum 
has also offered us a new and vital approach to the correlation of 
Training Union with the other church organizations. Although it 
may take a long time for these new materials and approaches to 
Training Union to be accepted and utilized, they are looked upon by our 
convention personnel as the answer to a more effective and better 
trained church membership. With all of these advances we are advised 
that there are yet other advance materials to come in the next year. 

"M" Night was held at the First Baptist Church in Shelby with 
our Associational Superintendent of Missions, the Reverend C. 0. 
Greene, as our speaker. Total attendance was 377 with 30 churches 
and 27 pastors represented. 

"M" Night for 1966 will be on December 12. This date is one week 
later than the convention suggested date. The change in date was 
made to avoid a conflict with the Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions. 

Our Associational Tournament was a very pleasing experience to 
us and we were well represented in the regional and state tournaments. 
Those churches participating have acknowledged that all the effort 
expended was worth the results that followed. All churches are urged 
to give their workers and their children and young people the oppor- 
tunity to work and participate in the tournaments. These experiences 
are dynamic training experiences and Christian growth channels. 

The First Baptist Church of Shelby was the setting for the State 
Training Union Youth Convention, April 29-May 1. Attendance for 
this meeting was a record setter and, from all reports, was one of 
the best planned and most meaningful af the State Meetings. We felt 
honored and grateful for this wonderful meeting being held in our 
association. 

The annual Associational Youth Night was held at the County 
Office Building. Mr. Bob Decker and the Youth Choir of Elizabeth 
Baptist Church furnished entertaining and inspirational music and the 
Reverend Sam H. O'Neal of the N. C. State Training Union Depart- 
ment was the inspirational speaker. Attendance was 116. 

This present church year offers unparalleled opportunities for us 
in Training Union. Let us mobilize our forces and utilize our re- 
sources for the glory of God. The Associational Training Union work- 
ers stand ready to offer whatever assistance may be sought by any 
church to begin or strengthen their Training Union organization. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James B. Sides. 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
TREASURER'S REPORT 

Receipts and Disbursements for the Year 

October 1, 1965 — September 30, 1966 

GENERAL FUND 

Balance on hand October 1, 1965 $ 4,482.87 

RECEIPTS: 

General Mission Fund from Churches $18,289.80 

Hoyle Memorial for payment on property 10,031.65 

Associational WMU (refund for materials) 82.15 

Anonymous donations for paym't on equipment 103.20 
Reimbursement for materials not used by the 

Association 13.24 

Sale of equipment 12.50 

N. C. Sales Tax refund 73.65 

Reimbursement for Youth Night expenses 166.50 

Total Receipts $28,772.69 

Total to be accounted for $33,255.56 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Salaries 

Superintendent of Missions (less housing)-^ $ 6,500.00 

Associational Secretary (Gross) 3,060.00 

Clerk-Treasurer (including salary paid to 

clerk pro-tim 915.89 - 

Total Salaries $10,475.89 

Promotional 

Sunday School $ 11.32 

Training Union (including $166.50 refund 

from Training Union Department) 246.61 

Brotherhood and Royal Ambassadors 183.01 

WMU (including $82.15 by V/MU Department) 102.15 

Audio-Visual Aids 22.14 

Evangelism 52.45 

Office Expenses ($862.21 less $211.10 

charged to departments) 651.11 

Office telephones 216.26 

Speakers' honorarium 85.00 

Miscellaneous 46.04 

Total Promotional $ 1,616.09 

Special 

Housing (Missionary) $ 2,000.00 

Retirement Fund 469.92 

Convention and Conference expenses 300.00 . , 

Maintenance (Associational Office) 632.39 

Income and FICA Taxes ($732.54 less 

$635.81 in taxes withheld) 96.73 " -" 

Christmas Gifts 200.00 

Printing and delivery of minutes 1,950.50 

Total Special $ 5,649.54 

Items not budgeted 

, Radio Program $ 364.09 

Rent (13 1/3 months through October, 1966) _„ 1,333.33 

Utilities (Office) 127.16 

Transfer to savings account 9,677.38 

Total items not budgeted $11,501.96 

Total Disbursements $29,243.48 

Balance on hand September 30, 1966 $ 4,012.08 



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SAVINGS FUND 

Balance (Cleveland Savings & Loan) Oct 1, 1965 

Transferred from General Fund 

Dividends credited to account 

Balance as of September 30, 1966 

Balance due on property 



$ 1,500.00 
$ 9,677.38 
$ 241.36 
$11,418.74 
$ 1,822.26 



RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES- 



Allen Memorial 


$ 56.00 


Mount Sinai 


$ 100.00 


Beaver Dam 


500.00 


Mulls Memorial 


100.00 


Bethany 


.00 


New Bethel 


250.00 


Bethel 


419.00 


New Buffalo 


172.00 


Bethlehem 


468.00 


New Camp Creek 


10.00 


Boiling Springs 


800.00 


New Hope 


400.00 


Buffalo 


160.00 


New Prospect 


150.00 


Calvary 


618.78 


Normans Grove 


102.66 


Carpenters Grove 


.00 


North Brook 


200.00 


Casar 


95.00 


Oak Grove 


104.00 


Churchill Drive 


212.00 


Oak View 


50.00 


Community 


10.00 


Patterson Grove 


265.00 


David 


173.00 


Patterson Springs 


200.00 


Double Shoals 


205.00 


Peach Street 


28.00 


Double Springs 


350.00 


Piedmont 


10.00 


Dover 


450.00 


Plains View 


50.00 


Eastside (KM) 


20.00 


Pleasant Grove 


337.96 


Eastside (Shelby) 


468.00 


Pleasant Hill 


380.00 


Elizabeth 


1,201.06 


Pleasant Ridge 


332.00 


Elliott Memorial 


.00 


Polkville 


100.00 


Emmanuel 


99.11 


Poplar Springs 


300.00 


Faith 


112.00 


Putnam Memorial 


78.00 


Fallston 


450.00 


Ross Grove 


250.00 


Flint Hill 


• 156.00 


Sandy Plains 


240.00 


Grover, First 


449.28 


Shelby, First 


2,000.00 


Highland 


37.00 


Shelby, Second 


502.50 


Kings Mountain 


250.00 


Temple 


120.00 


Kings Mtn., First 


500.00 


Union 


75.00 


Kings Mtn., Second 


395.96 


Victory 


.00 


Lattimore 


300.00 


Waco 


300.00 


Lawndale 


300.00 


Wallace Grove 


.00 


Lily Memorial 


165.00 


Westview 


728.49 


Love Valley 


36.00 


Westover 


145.00 


Macedonia 


110.00 


Zion 


400.00 


Midview 


43.00 


Zoar 

Total 


200.00 




$18,289.80 


^CHECKS RECEIVED AFTER SEPT. 29 CREDITED TO 




YEAR 


OF 1966-67 








Billy G. Washburn, 


Treasurer 



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TRUSTEES' REPORT 

On behalf of the trustees, we would like to report that during the 
past associational year no business was transacted by the Board of 
Trustees. 

J. A. West, Chairman 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain has continued to lead the women of our Asso- 
ciation during the past year as we have emphasized the theme, "Proc- 
lamation and Witness." 

The Executive Board has held regular meetings throughout the 
year. The Board consists of 14 members — 2 of whom were added this 
year, Social and Enlistment chairmen. 

A Leadership Course was held at Elizabeth Baptist Church in No- 
vember and another at Double Shoals in June. They were well attended 
with a good number receiving Cards of Accreditation. 

On November 29th all the churches in the Association were invited 
to hear Miss Stella Austin, missionary to Nigeria, speak at New Hope 
Baptist Church. The auditorium will filled to capacity at this meeting. 

The G. A. girls held a banquet at Gardner-Webb in December with 
170 attending. Mrs. W. E. McSwain was speaker. The G.A. girls, under 
the direction of the Associational G.A. Director, Mrs. John Baker, were 
featured at our Annual meeting at Shelby, First Baptist Church in 
April. They held their summer camp at South Mountain. A new Girl's 
Auxiliary was organized at Sandy Plains this year. 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain, Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. Clyde Dover, Mrs. R. T. 
Martin, and Mrs. Russell Fitts attended the State W. M. U. meeting 
in Raleigh where our Association was recognized as an Honor Asso- 
ciation. 

Mrs. McSwain, or one of the Board members, have attended all the 
General Board meetings this year. 

On May 9th Poplar Springs Baptist Church invited all the churches 
in the Association to hear Mr. Dan Weiss, an American Jew from 
Kings Mountain, teach the Mission Book, "Meet the American Jew." 
This was a new venture for our Association. 

Mrs. James Sides, our Prayer Chairman, held an Associational 
Prayer Retreat in July at Double Springs Baptist Church. This was a 
morning meeting held on the church grounds with 99 present, 4 of whom 
were pastors. The time was well spent in Bible study, prayer, medita- 
tion and testimony. 

A Mission Study Institute was held at Ross Grove Baptist Church 
for the Foreign Mission Study. This included W. M. S., Y. W. A., 
and Sunbeam. 

The Y. W. A.'s, under the leadership of Mrs. Kenneth Howell, held 
an Associational Council meeting during the year. 

Quarterly emphasis was placed on Stewardship throughout the 
year. Goals were met for the Lottie Moon and Annie Armstrong 
Offerings. 

Our Association was well represented at Ridgecrest. Twelve ladies 
attended the Fruitland Conference for Associational workers. Our 
Associational Leadership Conference was held with Zoar Baptist Church 
in Shelby with 232 attending. 

Let our prayers be that more organizations will really become 
involved in missions and not be missionary in name only. Let us strive 
to put forth a greater effort in preparing for the coming year. Our 
theme for the year 1966-1967 will be "A Church Fulfilling It's Mission 
Through Education." 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. J. B. Price 

Associational W.M.U. Secretary 



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WHAT WE HOPE TO DO 

James Holder 

There is a Greek lep:end about a woman who came down to the River 
Styx to be ferried across to the region of departed spirits. Charon, the 
ferryman, reminded her that it was her privilege to drink of the waters of 
Lethe and thus forget the life she was leaving. This seemed to be a 
wonderful idea, and she said: "I will forget how I have suffered. And", 
added Charon, "remember, too, that you will forget how you have re- 
joiced." She said: "I will forget my failures." The wise old ferryman 
added: "And also your victories." She continued: "I will forget how I 
have been hated." "And also how you have been loved", added Charon, 
So she decided not to drink the Lethe potion, when she considered the 
whole matter, but to retain her memory even of the bad that she might 
not forget the good. 

We talk a good deal about forgetting the past, and rightly so. But 
we mean that it is a mistake to dwell on the failures or the triumphs of 
yesterday so that the present and the future have no reality. Actually, 
we would be most miserable without memory and, when we either forget 
or ignore the past, we become creatures without depth or quality. Paul 
warned that we ought to forget the things that are behind, but some of 
his most powerful preaching is a remembrance and a testimony of what 
God had done for him. This, too, is a remembrance of the past. 

It is a good thing to have a day set aside to remember. The church 
is built on the sacrifice of the martyrs and the testimony of the saints. 
When we look carefully into the past there are not many of us who can 
escape a wonderful sense of obligation to the past. 

None of us would want to drink the Lethe potion in regard to our 
Association. Her past is glorious, but her present is equally great and 
her future an inspiring challenge. "The past is Prologue" said a great 
man many years ago and it is as true of us as it is of nations or of the 
world at large. "What we hope to do" is based on what we have done 
and are presently doing. But, in a very real sense, this is a new day that 
calls for new ideas and new methods to faciliate new plans. 

We are grateful that we can look back on a past that includes such 
men as G. W. Rollins, who preached the introductory sermon at the Annual 
A-ssociational Meeting eight times from 1851-1876 and served as Moderator 
of the Association a total of nine years with the last term ending in 1877. 
Few of us will ever forget the history that tells us of the vital contribu- 
tions made by men such as J. R. Logan, Thomas Dixon, J. Y. Hamrick, 
H. F. Schenck, D. S. Lovelace, A. C. Irvin and J. W. Suttle who served as 
Moderator of this Association for forty years (1913-1953) or Lawrence 
Roberts who served as Clerk-Treasurer from 1946 until his retirement in 
1962. Nor will we be tempted to forget men of a more recent time when 
we consider what has been added to the totality of the Association's im- 
pact on the county and state by men such as C. C. Crow, C. O. Greene and 
Oscar Funderburice and E. M. Smith, to name but a few. 

But, if the Past is Prologue, we need to use this moment of senti- 
mental reminiscence to look to the future and see what we hope to do in 
the days ahead. There are some things which are close to my heart and 
which I have felt should merit the serious consideration of our Asso- 
ciation for the years ahead. I believe these are things we ought to do 
and that as quickly as possible. 

1 — We ought to provide a common ground of love and understanding 
for all of God's people to share the fellowship of Christ and the communion 
of the Saints. It is very troubling to me to know that lines of conflict 
have been drawn in some quarters that precipitate unrest and bitterness 
between the very people who ought to be most concerned about the wel- 
fare of each other. It is a sad thing for congregations to be at outs with 
their pastor and for pastors to be at outs with their congregations — for 
a pastor to be at outs with his brother pastor or for a congregation to 
be at outs with a sister congregation. And yet, it is found amongst us 
today! There is a serious breach of Christian ethics behind it, usually, 



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and only a sensible return to the teachinp:s of Christ with reg:ard to the 
treatment of our brother will heal this sickness in the body of Christ. In 
the Association we must be willing: to sug-gest love for God and our 
brother in Christ as the answer to problems too big to be solved any 
other way. 

We live in days of pressure, tension, frustration, disappointed 
dreams, and thwarted ambitions. But, these things do not justify a bel- 
ligerant approach to lifp nor a bellicose attack on anyone by, or against, 
pastor or people. The Kingdom of God is, ideally, the only place where 
men have no need to be on constant alert against deception and destruc- 
tion from within. Inasmuch as we are part of that Kingdom we have 
the obligation to foster the fellowship and build up the brotherhood in 
love and appreciation for one another. I suggest as the simplest way of 
accomplishing this that we pray for each other, especially those who 
have offended us and those against whom we have sinned or feel resent- 
ment for you cannot pray for a man and hate him too. I learned a long 
time ago that Jesus, in telling us to pray for our enemies, meant that 
we were to pray God's most abundant blessings upon them, not to pray 
that He would punish them or take revenge on them for their mis- 
treatment of ourselves. I might add that you haven't really prayed 
this way until you do all you can to help bring a full answer to that 
prayer and to personally provide the good things you're asking God to 
give him. 

A year ago I suggested that we end our Morning Session on Thurs- 
day by observing the Lord's Supper together. I did so to provide the op- 
portunity for the joy and the tremendous feeling of brotherhood with 
all Christians to settle over our assembly and break down barriers to 
fellowship and create areas of good-will. A storm developed over the 
proposal and so it was quietly dropped rather than make such a holy 
thing Lw be a cause of dissention. But, the surprising thing was that 
most laymen I talked to about the matter felt rather strongly that it 
was a good idea and one that should bo carried out. Still more surprising, 
the very men who stood to profit most from this experience were the 
ones who most strongly opposed the idea. Incidentally, a good strong 
drink from Lethe might have been the one thing needed at this juncture. 
I still feel it is a good idea with much to commend it to our future con- 
sideration as something we hope to do if we can do so without getting 
our "Theological Feelings" hurt or without making a sacrilege of it. 
Even to be branded a heretic (as I have been) is not too bad if it will 
bind up the wounds of broken fellowship. In worshipful ordinance of the 
church there is a forgetting of self as the Holy Spirit cuts across all 
lines' of personal pride and creates a spirit of unity and humility before 
the sacrifice of Christ that helps us to willingly sacrifice our own am- 
bitions and to be sacrificed as an expendable servant of Christ to the 
glory of God. If this is wrong, then God help us all — we're wasting our 
time. 

2 — We hope to provide a broader base of missions by a deliberate ap- 
proach to special need groups in our county Avith a concerted effort to 
teach the Bible to them. For a long time, now, the hope to form a 
special Bible teaching class for the retarded has been studied by inter- 
ested individuals in the Association. There is no finer ambition than 
this and I am of the opinion that efforts must be redoubled and plans 
must be made and all of us must work together to achieve this goal. 
There are a great number of these unfortunates in our population and 
we do them an injustice by failing to provide some means for telling the 
good news of the Gospel to them — they are teachable — they can learn 
— it only takes a little longer and a little more skill and a little more 
patience and a little more real love and geunine compassion to be suc- 
cessful in this are:i. We must have the determination to do what must 
be done to help these people. As far as we are concerned we must not 
spare the abundant resources at our disposal in our efforts to help them. 

As far as I know we also neglect the silent people and the blind 



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who also need a specialized ministry that the Association alone can pro- 
vide due to the limited number in each church community needing this 
special attention. I believe that our Association can provide such help 
for these people on a regular basis, if we care enough to make the 
effort. 

The institutional groups — jail, prison, rest homes, hospitals, etc. — 
have had a rather limited ministry in the past and what has been done 
has been highly successful. But, we need an expanded ministry to these 
groups that would go beyond the merely traditional concept of teach- 
ing or conducting a limited service on the week-ends to cover the entire 
week and seek to enrich the lives of these people and give us an addi- 
tional opportunity to win some of them to Christ. Jesus said, ''Inasmuch 
as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me," 

The Sunday Worker of our day has outgrown the ability of the 
average extension department of the average Sunday School to render 
meaningful service. With the huge plants in our county operating on 
a seven day schedule and employment at such a high level that many 
of the smaller concerns are being forced to operate seven days to obtain 
a five or six day production level, many are working on Sunday with 
little, or no, time at the traditional hour to receive Bible teaching. 
Something must be done to provide such a teaching ministry to them at 
another time. Perhaps this is a field of endeavor for a group such as 
the association rather than for one church. At least the Association 
could and should provide the framework for study and our joint effort 
to devise some helpful substitute for these Sunday workers might prove 
successful. We hope that this is one of the things the Association will 
do — let us be pioneers in this area — since no one else is doing any- 
thing here let us do what must be done. Let us not be so afraid of fail- 
ure that we fail to do anything. 

Then, why not help the churches to see the need of providing an in- 
tensified week-day program of Bible study for teen-agers. This pro- 
gram is just developing but already too much time has been lost and 
many have missed its benefits. The Association could help to provide 
teachers for these classes and help to set them up where resources were 
limited. This is missions in a real sense of that word. 

I would suggest a literacy program for that great number of people 
in our county who are illiterate. What better way of ministering to them 
than by teaching them to read the Bible, providing them with simpli- 
fied Bibles and Sunday School literature and then helping them to use 
them effectively? This, too, is missions — real missions that should pro- 
vide grounds for immediate concern on our part. The pathetic cry for 
help does not always come from a foreign land nor a distant city slum 
— sometimes it originates in our own back door but we miss it because 
we are so accustomed to hearing it. 

3 — We hope to find some way to conduct a county-wide evangelistic 
campaign, annually, sponsored by all the churches of the county. Out of 
a population of approximately 70,000 in Cleveland County there are 
about 26,000 Baptist who are members of the churches of the Kings 
Mountain Baptist Association with approximately a white Baptist con- 
stituency of about 31,000, Roughly speaking there are at least 5,000 plus 
unchurched people in this county. While all of these may not be our 
responsibility at least half of them have Baptist preference or back- 
ground. As Baptist it is our duty to make every effort to win them to 
Christ. And, if you want to go back to the Bible to see this matter in 
the light of what Jesus taught, we must assume that Jesus expected us 
to win each one of them to faith in Himself. There are lost people in 
this number who could be reached in this manner who could be reached 
in no other way. We are the largest religious group in the county and 
all our bragging about it is somehow just a little hollow and meaning- 
less when we fail to add the note of responsibility to it. We bear a spe- 
cial obligation to those who are lost by the very fact of our bigness. It 
is my fervent prayer and earnest hope that in the future immediately 



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ahead of us we will lay down our pettiness and act in the responsible 
way our position demands of us and make the necessary approach to 
this matter by extending a hand of friendship to those of other faiths 
and by moving forward with enthusiasm to conduct such a campaign. 

Our sophistication has caused us to look with a sneer at this type 
of mass evangelism but it is not to our credit that we are large enough 
to have that kind of sophistication. The fields truly are white unto 
harvest and the laborers are few and any sincere effort to win the lost 
to faith in Christ is honorable evangelism and we have no legitimate 
right to sneer at it nor to withdraw from it. In fact, the very genius 
of Baptists growth in such a phenomenal way is traceable to our strong 
insistence on the preeminence of evangelism. Our size, numerically and 
financially, demands that we take the initiative and lead out in the 
effort to conduct such a campaign. 

4 — We hope to restudy the possibility and the pressing need for an 
Association Radio Ministry to get our point of view before the people 
of the area. This may sound like I'm bearding the lion in his own den 
after the decisive action taken by the General Board three months ago 
that stopped the program then being conducted. But, I wish to state 
fhe case as simply as I can: Baptist do not have to see everything eye 
to eye nor word for word — they never have and I hope I never live to 
the day they do. Much of the problem that developed over the previous 
effort was a problem of semantics and a breakdown of the vital link of 
communication. At the time of that action I was in process of having the 
SBC Radio-TV Commission study and evaluate our program and suggest 
what might improve it. Mr. Claud O'Shields of that Commission had 
visited in my home and I had, in turn, sent to him eight of the taped 
programs for his study and suggestions. Our hasty action eliminated 
the possibility of continuing and of making the gradual changes that 
would have improved the quality and the scope of the program. I sin- 
cerely hope that you have not closed the door permanently on this 
means of communicating with the public. Many people do not yet know 
that we Baptist are not bigoted, prejudiced, and ignorant. A top quality 
radio ministry would put this information at their disposal without 
saying so in so many words. Before you mark it off once and for all 
please give some serious study to the tremendous possibilities presented 
to us in this mass communication medium. 

5 — We hope to come up with some honest answers to some questions 
which we now find extremely hard to admit are valid questions: 

a — The first one of these searching questions we must face up 
to and answer is the question of whether success in the work 
of God can be judged solely on the basis of numbers. Is it 
enough for the church to meet, count nickles and noses and 
put the meeting down somewhere in the scale as a howling 
success or a dismal failure depending on the number of each 
that we counted? 
b — We must face and answer the sharp and penetrating question 
of those who want to know what we're here for as a church. 
Does the church as we know it have anything to say to the 
world as we know it? If so, why isn't it saying it and saying 
it so it can be heard and understood? If not, why not? 
c — We must discover the answer to the haunting question of why 
so few people are inspired to accept the call of God to a church 
related vocation. Who is responsible for this decline, how and 
why? Are we to believe that the church will be allowed to die 
because no one heard and answered the call? It's possible, you 
know. 
d — With the trend of shifting populations many churches are 
going to be faced with the question of the need to continue 
at the present location or to find a new one or to consolidate 
with an equally weakened and struggling group to form an 
outpost for Christ in a forsaken, and perhaps forgotten place. 



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e — Then we will have to answer the question that our generation 
alone has had to face? ''Has our affluence made us too com- 
fortable in our religion to be of any effective service to God?" 
What do we hope to do ? The question is fraught with many dangers 
and this attempt to answer it has profcably not exercised the proper 
discretion and restraint for a "lame duck" singing his "swan song" 
but let it be said in no uncertain terms that the challenge of the next 
decade or two will demand more of us than the last century did of the 
leaders in that day. Will we meet it with faith and assurance or will we 
wither and die as others have done before us? The answer of what we 
hope to do lies within your hearts. What do you hope to do ? 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

MINUTES OF THE SEVENTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 

The 72nd Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union of the Kin^s 
Mountain Association convened at 3:30 P.M. in Shelby First Baptist 
Church, April 12, 1966. Music was under the direction of John Ward 
with Mrs. Hubert Plaster, Organist. 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain, President, called the meeting to order. "Ye 
Shall Be Witnesses Unto Me," (Acts 1:8) was chosen as the theme of 
the Session. 

Special Music was presented by Elizabeth Church Junior-Teen Choir 
under the direction of Robert L. Decker. 

In a period of meditation Mrs. W. E. McSwain led the group in re- 
sponsive reading, "Proclamation And Witness." 

The Hymn, "Lord Lay Some Soul Upon My Heart," was sung. 

Mrs. John P. Gold read the names of Missionaries whose names ap- 
peared on the prayer calendar as G.A. Girls dressed in native costumes 
represented the countries from which they serve. Mrs. Gold closed the 
period with prayer. 

Mrs. Lloyd Bost, President of W.M.U. of Shelby First Baptist 
Church, extended a welcome to all. 

During the business session that followed, Mrs. McSwain recognized 
Mrs. Walkingstick and others from the Cherokee Indian Reservation. 

Polkville W.M.S. and one Society in Shelby First Church were rec- 
ognized as being honor Societies in our association. 

Mrs. Carl L. Hamrick gave a report of financies. 

Mrs. McSwain recognized Chris Dedmon of Ross Grove Baptist 
Church who was her attending usher. 

"You A Witness" was presented with the following participating: 

Sheriff Haywood Allen of Shelby First Baptist Church spoke on be- 
half of Law Enforcement. 

A Skit, "You A Missionary," was presented under the direction of 
Mrs. Wilson Harmon assisted by Mrs. James Stamey and Mrs. Frank 
Malone, showing ways in which we can witness in our daily lives. 

Mrs. M. G. Brooks, Jr. from Central Methodist Church spoke on 
Special Education. She told us we have six milMon children in the 
United States who need special education. There are 250 in Shelby who 
are enrolled in classes suited to their needs. 

Mrs. McSwain asked Mrs. Walkingstick to speak to us briefly. She 
spoke on the needs of the Cherokee Indians, her concern for the people 
on the Reservation, and the seventeen churches that are there. 

Mrs. McSwain called attention to the Seminary extension class in 
which our people have had an opportunity to enroll. 

The hymn, "Christ For The World We Sing," was sung. 

Mrs, Peggy Morgan from Kings Mountain First Baptist Church sang, 
"I'll Tell The World That I'm A Christian." 

Mrs. Horace Steadman of Shelby First Baptist Church, gave our 
theme interpretation, "Ye Shall Be Witnesses Unto Me," She spoke 
as a housewife, telling us that we must begin at home through our at- 
titudes and concern, then our organizations in the church should carry 
out the Great Commission. She said further that we must go out into 
the world and identify ourselves as witnesses. We must give but we 
are to give God the Glory for our giving. It costs something in botth 
time and money to witness. She closed by saying, "Give God The Glory 
And He Will Give You Peace," 

The closing prayer for the afternoon session and the blessing for 
the meal which followed was given by Dr. Joseph McClain, Pastor of 
Shelby First Baptist Church, 

NIGHT SESSION 

The night session was opened with special music by Boiling Springs 
Youth Choir under the direction of Jerry R. Hill, 

Mr, Ward led the congregation in singing, "In Christ There Is No 



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East Nor West." 

Featured at this session were the G.A/s under the direction of Mrs. 
John D. Baker of Shelby First Baptist Church, Associational G.A. Di- 
rector. 

Mrs. John Gold led the call to prayer by remembering the mission- 
aries on the Calendar of Prayer as G.A. girls appeared in Native cos- 
tumes, representing the various countries. 

A pantomine was presented of the G.A. Hymn, ''We've a Story To 
Tell," with twelve girls participating. 

Mrs. Baker introduced Patty McBrayer, the Associational G.A. 
President, who introduced Miss Nancy Belle Cousins, North Carolina 
G.A. Director, who spoke on, "Youth As Witnesses." She said we should 
get involved in missions and that the key to envolvement is love. She 
shared a story of an African youth who became a witness, and another 
of an American boy who witnessed. She closed by saying, ''Wherever 
Youth Is, There Is Their Mission Field," and presented the challenge, 
"Ye Shall Be Witnesses Unto Me." 

During the business session Mrs. McSwain recognized the pastors, 
Mrs. J. F. Marchman, W.M.U. President of Sandy Run Association, and 
Mrs. Cogdill of Cliffside. 

Mrs. Cleatus Huntsinger presented the budget and moved its adopt- 
tion. This motion was seconded and passed. 

Mrs. R. L. Martin chairman of the Place committee, extended an in- 
vitation from the Bethlehem Baptist Church for the 1967 Session. 

Mrs. W. P. Biggerstaff, chairman of the Resolutions Committee 
expressed the thanks of the group for the hospitality, the meal, fellow- 
ship, music, leaders, and messages. 

Mrs. Kenneth Street in behalf of the Nominating Committee pre- 
sented the officers and committees for the succeeding year, and moved 
that they be elected. This motion was duly seconded and passed. All 
officers and committees went to the front for a prayer cf dedication, 
led responsively by Mrs. Buster Packard of Sandy Plains Baptist Church. 

"A Cloud Of Witnesses" was presented with the following speaking. 

Marsha Young, Shelby First Baptist Church told us about U S 2, 
an opportunity for young college graduates at least 27 years old and 
with high standards to work with missionaries on a 2 year assignment. 

Martha Spangler of A.S.T.C, Boone and Westview Baptist Church 
told us about Student Summer Missions. She told of her assignment 
with the Cherokee Indians. 

Don Ledbetter of Gardner Webb College and Poplar Springs Baptist 
Church told us about Missionary Associates, an overseas assignment 
of 3 to 5 years for people 45 to 59 years of age. He also explained Mis- 
sionary Journeyman, who must be Baptist College graduates who are 
interested in missions and are 21 to 27 years of age. 

Rev. C. O. Greene presented "Your Association." He called all 
associational officers to the front and explained the duties of each. 

The hymn, "Come Women Wide Proclaim," was sung. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Ward sang, "Send Me Lord, Send Me." 

Rev. James Stamey of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church brought the 
closing message of the session, using Heb. 12:1 as his text. He spoke 
on the subject, "A Cloud Of Witnesses." Mr. Stamey said to listen to 
the voice of God, to believe that God has a good purpose for your life, 
and to find it. He concluded by saying, "The Torch has been thrust out 
and it is ours to clutch and hold. There is a cloud of Witnesses to watch 
us." 

To close the 72nd session of this W.M.U. Annual Meeting, the portrait 
of Jesus Christ was spotlighted as Mrs. James Sides sang "The Lords 
Prayer." 

In a mood of quiet dedication another session of the Associational 
W.M.U. closed with an insight into being better witnesses for Jesus 
Christ wherever we are. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
' " Mrs. W. E. McSwain, President 

Mrs. J. B. Price, Secretary 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION ( 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

STATEMENT NO. 1: 

RECEIPTS: 

1965 - 

October 1 — Bank Balance $ 56.47 

October 1965 — March, 1966: Contributions from Churches: 

Ross Grove $ 24.00 Lily 6.00 

Eastside, Kings Mtn. 4.50 Bethlehem 20.00 

Grover First 22.00 Westview 19.00 

Patterson Grove 8.00 Casar 6.00 

Kings Mtn. Baptist 36.50 David 4.45 

Dover 25.00 Lawndale 14.00 

Polkville 15.00 Mt. Sinai 8.50 

Norman's Grove 6.00 Double Springs 18.50 

Lattimore 17.50 Zoar 8.50 

New Hope 18.00 Elizabeth 61.00 

Shelby, First 171.00 Waco 14.00 

Putnam Memorial 12.00 Stubbs, Buffalo 8:50 

Double Shoals 21.00 Kings Mountain, First 35.00 

Boiling Springs 67.00 Beaver Dam 10.00 

New Bethel 15.50 New Prospect 17.50 

Patterson Springs 8.50 Churchill Drive 11.50 

Pleasant Grove 24.50 Second Baptist, Kings Mtn. 10.00 

Fallston 25.00 Highland 5.00 

Flint Hill 13.50 Oak Grove 15.00 

Allen Memorial 7.00 Calvary 11.50 

Emmanuel 8.00 Bethel 27.00 

Zlon 30.00 Eastside, Shelby 22.00 

$ 932.45 

October-March : 

Payments on Student Loans 80.00 

November : 

Manuals and Year Book Payments received 25.25 

February: 

Refund of Expense deposit advanced 3.24 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $1097.41 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Oct, and Nov, : 

Leadership Conferences — Books and 

vairous supplies $141.65 

Speaker Missionary — Week of Prayer, New Hope _ 15.00 
Photograph of Board members 7.21 f 

December: 

G.A. Dinner, Gardner-Webb College 143.90 ' 

January: 

Mimeographing and materials /- 

(Kings Mtn. B. Ass'n.) 21.69 

President's travel and Long Dist. 

Telephone calls 36.37 

February: 

Birthday Cake for Mrs. Crisp 2.06 

105 Certificates 10.30 

Home Missions Study Supplies 17.38 

March : 

State W.M.U. Meeting 44.40 

President's Long D. Tel._ Calls and travel 39.59 

Mimeographing and materials 

(Kings Mtn. Bapt. Ass'n.) 22.75 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $ 502.30 

March 31, 1966 BANK BALANCE $ 595.11 



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STATEMENT NO. 2: 

RECEIPTS: ' 

April 1, 1966, BANK BALANCE $ 595.11 

April 1, 1966 — September 30, 1966: 

Contribution from Poplar Spring's Church 32.00 

Payments on Students Loans 185.00 

Leadership Conference, Manuals and Year Books 8.46 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 820.57 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

April 1, 1966 — September 30, 1966: ' 

W.M.U. Association Expense — Speakers 

and materials $ 81.54 

Y.W.A. Dinner 142.04 

Stamps and Envelopes for Treasurer's use 2.65 

President's travel and long distance 

telephone calls 44.16 

Sunbeam Director — Promotional Expense 10.00 

Mission Study, "The American Jew" — 

Teacher & Refreshments 22.42 

Supplies for Secretary 2.49 

Frames for W.M.U. Honor Banners 3.09 

Mimeographing and Materials 

(Kings Mtn. Bapt. Assn.) 57.71 

Leadership Conference Supplies 34.21 

Fruitland Registration and materials purchased 111.60 

Ridgecrest Registration 21.00 

Planting of Rotunda at Baptist Center 37.50 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $ 570.41 

OCTOBER 1, 1966, BANK BALANCE $ 250.16 

Additional Assets: Students' Notes Receivable $ 460.00 

TOTAL ASSETS $ 710.16 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Carl L. Hamrick 



BY-LAWS FOR ASSOCIATIONAL W.M.U. 

ARTICLE 1: NAME. The name of this organization shall be Woman's 
Missionary Union, Auxiliary to the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE II: OBJECT: The object shall be to promote Christian mis- 
sions through the organizations of Woman'^s Missionary Union in the 
churches and missions of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE III: RELATIONSHIPS. 

Section 1. Woman's Missionary Union, Auxiliary to Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association, shall be the liaison organization between church 
organizations and the N. C. Woman's Missionary Union. 
Section 2. This associational Union shall recognize the autonomy of 
church organizations as provided in the Baptist democratic process of 
operation. 

Section 3. Church organizations shall be recognized as units through 
which the object of this Woman's Missionary Union is accomplished, 
each responsible for its own program, and contributing to the work of 
the association. 



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Section 4. This associational Union shall be guided in its plan of work 
by the associational aims for Advancement. 

ARTICLE IV: MEMBERS. The members of Woman's Missionary Un- 
ion organizations in the churches and missions of the Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association shall constitute the membership. 
ARTICLE V: OFFICERS. 

Section 1. The officers shall be a President, Vice-President, Recording 
Secretary, Treasurer, YWA Director, GA Director, Sunbeam Band Di- 
rector, and others as needed. These officers shall be elected annually 
in a meeting of the associational WMU and shall hold office for one 
year or until their successors are elected. The tenure of office shall be 
5 consecutive years. 

Section 2. These officers shall perform the duties set out for them in 
these By-Laws and the leaflet, "The Associational WMU." 
ARTICLE VI: NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS. 
Section 1. The nominating committee composed of 5 women shall be 
nominated by the Nominating Committee, and elected by the associa- 
tional WMU to serve for one year. 

Section 2. The nominating committee shall nominate officers and pro- 
motional directors. Other nominations may be made from the floor. 
Section 3. The nominating committee, in event of a vacancy, shall 
present a nominee for the unexpired term for election by the associa- 
tional WMU (or the Executive Committee). 
ARTICLE VII: MEETINGS. 

Section 1. Day and/or night Associational WMU meetings (including 
business women) shall be held annually. 

Section 2. Other meetings shall be held as authorized by the Executive 
Committee. 

ARTICLE VIII: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers, 
promotional directors and any others desired. 

Section 2. The Executive Committee shall schedule the regular meet- 
ings of the organizations, plan the program of activities, hear reports 
and check progress on the Aims for Advancement. 

Section 3. Regular meetings of the Executive Committee shall be held 
quarterly. 

ARTICLE IX: PROMOTIONAL DIRECTORS. 

Section 1. There shall be directors of mission study, prayer, communi- 
ty missions, stewardship, and others as needed. 

Section 2. These directors shall furnish information for corresponding 
local chairmen, hold conferences, and carry out other plans as authorized 
by the Executive Committee. 
ARTICLE X: COMMITTEES. 

Section 1. There shall be committees standing or special as needed. 
Section 2. Committees, except those otherwise provided for, shall be 
appointed by the president. 

Section 3. The president shall be ex-officio member of all committees 
except the nominating committee. 

Section 4. The duties of these committees are such as are set forth 
in these By-Laws and the leaflet, "The Associational WMU." 
ARTICLE XI: FINANCES. 

Section 1. The associational WMU shall adopt an annual budget, funds 
to be provided by WMU organizations in the Association. 
Section 2. These funds will be on 50 cent per W.M.S. m.ember basis, 
and are to be sent to the Associational Treasurer by December 1. 
ARTICLE XII: PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY. The rules con- 
tained in Robert's RULES OF ORDER, REVISED or the Parliamentary 
section in the WMU Year Book shall govern the Union in all cases to 
which they are applicable. 

ARTICLE XIII: AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAWS. These by-laws may 
be amended at any regular meeting of the associational WMU provided 
the amendment has been submitted in writing at a previous meeting. 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



HISTORICAL DATA 



Date I Place of Meeting 



Intro. Sermon 



Moderator 



Clerk 



1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
: 1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 



Double Springs D. Pannell T. Dixon 

New Bethel J. Suttle T. Dixon _ 

Boiling Springs G. W. Rollins D. Panne __- 

Mt. Sinai D. Pannell D. Panne ___ 

Zion G. W. Rollins D. Pannell __. 

New Prospect T. Dixon T. Dixon 

Big Springs G. W. Rollins G. W. Roms . 

Olivet __ J. Suttle G. W. RoUms . 

Pleasant Hill G. W. Rollins L. M. Berry 

High Shoals L. M. Berry - 

Lincolnton R. P. Logan, 

New Bethel L. M. Berry _ 

Sandy Run G. W. Rollins 

Bethel, Iredel Co L. M. Berry 

Zoar G. W. RoUins 



_J. R. Logan 

J. R. Logan 

J. R. Logan 

J. R. Logan 

_J. R. Logan 

J. R. Logan 

J. R. Logan 

J. W. Green 



L. M. Berry __ 
L. M. Berry -^ 
G. W. Rollins- 
G. W. Rollins- 
R. P. Logan _ 
R. P. Logan _ 



Concord P. R. Elam P- ^o^^" 

Thesalonia J. H. Yarboro J- g. Yarboro 

Mt. Paran G. M. Webb J- g Yarboro _ 

Double Springs G. W. Rollins G. W Ro ins .__ 

High Shop.U R. P. Logan g. W. Rollins __ 

Bethel, Iiedel Co. ^^- G. M. Webb i,- Jr^i^o" 

Bethlehem Wade Hill T. Dixon _ 

Zion G. W. Rollins 9,' ^- Rollins 

Sandy Riin Wade Hill 

New Hope T. Dixon - -- -- 

Sandy Plains G. W. Rollins _. 

Pleasant Hill j. H. Yarboro __ 

Boiling Springs A. C. Irvin . j Q+rM,trh 

New Prospect H. Hatcher ^- ^l ^^tough __ 

Double Springs P. R. Elam ^- ^\^^^ 

Buffalo W. A. Nelson — ^- Uixon 



G. W. Rollins-. 

T. Dixon 

T. Dixon 

G. W. Rollins- 

T. Dixon 



-J. R. Logan 
-J. R. Logan 
._-J. R. Logan 

J. R. Logan 

___J. R. Logan 
__-J. R. Logan 

J. R. Logan 

J. R. Logan 

__-G. M. Webb 
-_-G. M. Webb 
__ G. M. Webb 
_ G. M. Webb 
___G. M. Webb 
_ G. M. Webb 
_B. H. Bridges 
_-L. M. Logan 
._ L. M. Logan 
.„ L. M. Logan 
-B. H. Bridges 
-B. H. Bridges 
-_-L. M. Logan 
-_ L. M. Logan 



A. L. Stough 



J. Y. Hamrick 



Bethel, Iredel Co. ,,. _. „.. v tt • ,, 

Pleasant Grove G. P. Hamrick J- \- Hamrick 

Big Springs A. C. Irvin g. F. Schenck 

Grover B. W. Busey g- ^- schenck 

Beaver Dam G. M. Webb g- ^- ^chenck 

New Bethel J. D. Hufham g- ^- ^chenck 

High Shoals J. M. McHanaway -— ^- ^- ^chenck 

H. P . Schenck 

H. F. Schenck 

H. F. Schenck 



Elizabeth G. P. Hamrick 

Zion J. N. Speight 

Waco F. C. Hickson 



Gastonia G. P. Hamrick 

Boiling Springs. 



J.' L.' Sproles g 



H. F. Schenck 

F. Schenck 

3helby A. C. Irvin g- F. |chenck 

Bethlehem J. D. Hufham fl- ^- ^chenck 

Lattimore G. P. Hamrick ^- ;f/ schenck 

New Hope A. C. Irvin ,_, 

Sandy Plains T. Dixon ^ 

New Prospect G. M. Webb ^ ^ „. ,. 

Double Springs R. L. Hamrick ^- ^- Webb 



Y. Webb 
Y. Webb 
Y. Webb 



_-.L. M. 

-^-L. M. 

— L. M. 

_ L. M. 



Logan 
Logan 
Logan 
Logan 



Cherryville 



T. Dixon 



E. Y. Webb 



Pleasant Grove r'. N. Hawkins -_-'—^- ^- Schenck 

Pleasant Hill R. F. Treadway ^- ^- i^vin __- 

A. C. Irvin 

A. C. Irvin __- 

A. C. Irvin __- 

"A. C. Irvin __ 

A. C. Irvin _- 

_ A. C. Irvin 

A. C. Irvin __. 

A. C. Irvin 

A. C. Irvin __ 



Zoar _- D. F. Putnam 

Kings Mountain J. S. Farmer 

Beaver Dam A. H. Sims 

Bessemer City M. E. Parish 

New Bethel D. G. Washburn 

Boiling Springs J. J. Beach 

Grover C. A. Jenkins 

Elizabeth J. M. Hamrick ._. 

Mt. Zion Wade Bostic j .„ „ , ,, 

Zion L. W. Swope '{■ W- futt e _- 

Poplar Springs J. R. Miller -{■ W. «"" e ._- 

New Hope T. C. Holland J- W. Sutt e -_ 

Waco W. E. Lowe j- W. Sutt e^- 

Fallston D. G. Washburn {• W. Sutt e -_ 

Union D. F. Putnam J- W. S"" e -. 

Sandy Plains W. R. Beach "l- ^- ^""f- 

RO.SS Grove J. M. Kester J- W. Sutt e___ 

Bethlehem W. G. Camp -{■ W. Suttle.. 

Casar W. A. Elam J- W. Sutt e .__ 

Lattimore J. R. Green '{■ r^- ^""f " 

Double Springs R. L. Lemmons '\- ^L- ^""f — 

Shelby First Rush Padgett •[• ^- ^""f — 

Kings Mtn. First G. P. Abernethy V ^- ^""f 

Double Shoals Zeno Wall -^ W. buttle 



ittle 



D. S. Lovelace 
D. S. Lovelace 
D. S. Lovelace 
D. S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
S. Lovelace 
_ D. S. Lovelace 
-D. S. Lovelace 
-D. S. Lovelace 
-D. S. Lovelace 
-D. S. Lovelace 
._D. S. Lovelace 
--D. S. Lovelace 
__D. S. Lovelace 
--D. S. Lovelace 
--D. S. Lovelace 
--D. S. Lovelace 
-_D. S. Lovelace 
-. D. S. Lovelace 
-J. J. Lattimore 
-J. J. Lattimore 
Lattimore 
Lattimore 
Lattimore 
Lattimore 
Lattimore 
-J. J. Lattimore 
-J. J. Lattimore 

G. G. Page 

G. G. Page 

G. G. Page 

G. G. Page 

G. G. Page 

G. G. Page 



.J. J. 

-J. J. 

J. J. 

-J. J. 

-J. J. 



49 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



HISTORICAL DATA (Contmued) 



Date 

192^ 

1929 

1930 

11)31 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

]93G 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1941 

]942 

1943 



1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 

1949 

1950 

1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 

1955 



1958 

1959 

1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
I9f)5_ 
1966 



Plare of Meeting 

Beaver Dam 
Boiling Springs 
Patterson Springs 

Zion - 

New Bethel 

Patterson Grove 

New Prospect 

Poplar Springs 1 

P'easant Grova — - 

BatMehem 

Sandy Plains - . - 

Pleasant Hill 

Carpenter's Grova __ 

Elizabeth 

New Hops 

Shelby First and 

Double Springs 

Boiling Springs 

and Flint Hill 

Fallston and 

Waco 

Union and 

Patterson Grove — 
Ross Grove and 
Nfw Bethel _. ^ -- 

Casar and 
Shelby Dover, Night 

S'-.elby Second 

Beaver Da'm, 
Shelby Calvary, 

Shelby Dover 

Double Springs, 
Gardner-Webb 
College, Night 
Double Shoals, 
G.-over P'irst - - - - 
Pleasant Hill, 
Temple, Kings Mtn., 

Poplar Springs 

Lattimore, 
Bethany, 

Norman's Grove - - 
Shelby Calvary, 
New Buffalo, 
.Shelby First -- -. 

Kings Mountain 
Second, 
Lawndale, 

Oak Grove 

Zion, 

Pleasant Ridge, 

New Prospect 

Sandy Plains, 
Polkville, 

Shelby E^stside 

Gardner-Webb 

College, 

Boihng Springs __ 

Elizabeth 

Shelby, Second - 

Fallston, 

New Bethel 

Pleasant Ridge 

Zoar _ 

Kings Mtn., First - 

New Hope, Earl 

Waco 

Lawndale, Zi on 
Double Springs- 



J. L. Jenkins 

C. J. Bbck 
^V'Ta^o Hartscll 
L. L. Jassup _ - 

D. F. Putram 

T. J. Justica 

.Zano Wa'l 

.\. G ''agaant 

W. G. C-mp 

C. V. M rt=n 
J. L. Jenkins 
'V. A. Ho f man 

W. A. Eiam 

A . M. Kiser 

W. P. B gg^rsta^f 

_D. F. Putnam __ 



J. W. 

J. W. 

J. v/. 

■T, W. 

J. V/. 

J. W. 



J. W. 

J. W. 

J. v*^. 

.J. w. 

J. w. 



Suttle 
Suttle 
Suttla 

Suttla 
Sutth 
Suttl 2 
Suttb 
Sutth 
Sutth 
Suttb 
Suttla 
Suttla 
Suttle 
Suttla 
Suttla 



"'I. A. Ayers -_. 
Zen 3 Wall 

C. C. Crew 

y/. W. Harris 

D. Boyd Cannon 
Jcs^e Blaloc.: -- 

J N. Barnett _. 
J. R. Cantrell 
Homjr O. Baker 
Harlan Harris 



J. W. Suttle 
J. W. Suttle 
J. W. Suttle 



___ J. W. Suttla 

.__ J. W. Suttla 

_. J. W. Suttla 

__. J. W. Suttla 



J. W. Suill'j 
J. W. Suttle 
J. W. Sutth 
C. C. Crow 



Burhy S. Turner _-_ C. C. Crow 
John E. Lawrence __ C. O. Greene 
Oscar Funderburke __ C. O. Greene 



Harold House 
T. W. Estas _ 



Rcgei's M. Smith ^_ 
John E. Lawrence _ 

J. A. Bracey 

B. L. Kincaid 

Leonard Thomas 

Dr. A. B. Wood „_ 
Coy Dellinge r --^_-- 
Joseph T. McClain^ 



E. B. Hicks 

-O. Funderburke 

O. Funderburke 
O. Funderburke 
Horace Easom . 
E. M. Smith __^ 
E. M. Smith __. 
James Holder __ 
jLijna s Ho lder -=, 
^ James Holder— 



Clerk 

G. G. Pagp 

G. G Page 

J. V. DaVinnay 

J. V. DeVinney 

. J. V. DeVinney 

J. V. DeVinney 

, J. V. DaVinnfcy 

J. V. DeVinney 

J. V. DeVinney 

J. V. DaVinncy 

J. V. DaVinney 

J. W. Costner 

J. W. Costner 

J. W. Costner 

J. W. Costner 

J. W. Costner 

_ - J. W. Costner 

J. W. Costner 

Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 



Lawrence Roberts 
Lawrence Roberts 
Lawrence Roberts 
Lawrence Robert., 

Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 
Lawrence Roberts 
Lawrence Roberts 
Lawrence Roberts 

Leroy Sisk 

Leroy Sisk 

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Billy G. Washburn 



Treasurer— 1851-1875— None; 1877— B. H. Bridges; 1878-1882— None; 
1884-1897— T. D. Lattimore; 1898-1899— J. F. Williams; 1900-1903— T. K. 
Barnett; 1905-1913— H. D. Wilson; 1914-1933— George Blanton? 1933 
— Officers of Clerk and Treasurers were consolidated. 



50 



TABLES 



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CHURCH GROUPS IN THE 
KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 



LATTIMORE GROUP: 
Beaver Dam 
Boling Springs 
Double Springs 

POLKVILLE GROUP: 

Carpenter's Grove 
Oasar 
Community 
Double Shoals 
Fallston 

SHELBY GROUP: 
Bethel 
Calvary 
Dover 
Eastside 
Highland 

KINGS MOUNTAIN GROUP: 
David 

Eiastside (KM) 
Faith 

Kings Mountain 
Kings Mountain, First 

GROVER GROUP: 

Allen Memorial Love Valley- 
Bethany Midview 
Bethlehem New Buffalo 
Grover First New Hope 

WACO GROUP: 

Buffalo 

Elizabeth 

Emmanuel 



Flint Hill 
Lattimore 
Mount Sinai 



Lawndale 
New Bethel 
Norman's Grove 
North Brook 
Plains View 



Churchill Drive 
Shelby, First 
Shelby, Second 
Peach Street 
Putnam Memorial 



Pleasant Ridge 
Poplar Springs 
Sandy Plains 



Polkville 

Union 

Zion 

Elliott Memorial 



Zoar 
Lily 
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Kings Mountain, 2nd 

Macedonia 

New Camp Creek 

Oak Grove 

Oak View 



Patterson Grove 
Piedmont 
Temple 
Westover 



Mull's Memorial 
New Prospect 
Pleasant Grove 



Patterson Springs 
Pleasant Hill 
Victory 



Ross Grove 
Wallace Grove 
Waco 



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ZIP CODES FOR OUR AREA 



Bessemer City 28016 

Blacksburg, S. C. 29702 

Boiling Springs 28017 

Casar 28020 

Cherryville 28021 

Earl 28038 

Ellenboro 28040 

Fallston 28042 

Gaffney, S, C. 29340 

Gastonia 28052 

Grover 28073 



Kings Creek, S. C. 29719 

Kings Mountain 28086 

Lattimore 28089 

Lawndale 28090 

Lincolnton 28092 

Mooresboro 28114 

Polkville 28136 

Shelby 28150 

Vale 28168 

Waco 28169 



72. 



NGS MOUNTAIN lAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



tine Hundred Seventeenth 

Annual Session ,^'^^"~'*"^ 

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October 17-18, 1967 



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KINGS 

MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION 

of 

Cleveland County 

North Carolina 

One Hundred Seventeenth Annual Session 
Held With 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SHELBY 
Tuesday, Wednesday, October 17-18, 1967 

NEXT SESSION WITH 

DAVID BAPTIST CHURCH, OCTOBER 22, 1968 

PATTERSON GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH, OCTOBER 23, 1968 



Inspirational Sermon Rev. James Stamey 

Doctrinal Sermon Dr. Paul Johnson 

Missionary Sermon Rev. Robert Mann 



The Womans Missionary Union Annual Session will meet with 
the New Bethel Baptist Church, April 16, 1968. 



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KINGS 

MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION 

of 

Cleveland County 

North Carolina 

One Hundred Seventeenth Annual Session 
Held With 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SHELBY 
Tuesday, Wednesday, October 17-18, 1967 

NEXT SESSION WITH 

DAVID BAPTIST CHURCH, OCTOBER 11. 1968 

PATTERSON GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH, OCTOBER 23, 1968 



inspirational Sermon Rev. James St-amey 

Doctrinal Sermon Dr. Paul Johnson 

Missionary Sermon Rev. Robert Mann 



The Womans Missionary Union Annual Session will meet with 
the New Bethel Baptist Church, April 16, 1968. 




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The First Baptist Church of Shelby, North Carolina was organized June 19, 1847, 
with twenty-five charter members that has expanded to the largest congregation in the 
Kings Mountain Association. The first pastor of the church was James M. Webb who 
served until December 23, 1849. From the first building that housed about two hundred 
people until the present edifice which cares for over two thousand members, there have 
been five separate buildings in the long and illustrious history of this church. Dr. Zeno 
Wall, who passed away September 12, 1967, served the church the longest of all the 
thirty-one pastors - - twenty-two years and four months. 

Dr. Joseph T. McClain came to First Baptist Church, Shelby, in 1965 from the 
Maywood Baptist Church, Independence, Missouri. In addition to other pastorates in 
Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas, Dr. McClain has served on the faculties of Texas 
Technological College, Howard Payne College, Golden Gate Baptist Theological 
Seminary, Ouachita Baptist CoUege, and Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. 

His wife is the former Cleo Comett of Oklahoma City, Okla., and they have five 
children: Joseph Tolbert II, Barry Duke, William Conner, Christian Ray, and Darla Ann. 



Rev. J. R. Cantrell, (April 24, 
1888 - June 25, 1967): Pastor- 
ates include Hillsboro Baptist 
Church, Newton Baptist Church, 
Calvary Baptist Church, Morgan- 
ton, Poplar Springs, and Latti- 
more Baptist Church. From 
1928-31, EvangeUst for the N. C. 
Baptist State Convention, and 
President of Boiling Springs 
Junior College (Gardner-Webb), 
1939-43. 




Dr. Zeno Wall, ( August 20, 
1882 - September 12, 1967): 
Pastorates include Marshall Bap- 
tist Church, Mount OUve Baptist 
Church (Mississippi), First Bap- 
tist Church, Columbia, Missis- 
sippi, Clinton Baptist Church, 
Mississippi, and Mississippi Bap- 
tist College, First Baptist Church, 
Goldsboro, and First Baptist 
Church, Shelby. Following his 
retirement he held many in- 
terim pastorates. 

He also served as Chaplain dur- 
ing World War I: was President 
of Gardner-Webb College, 1930- 
32: President of the N. C. Baptist 
State Convention, 1933-36: Past 
President of the Board of Trust- 
ees, Baptist Orphanage of North 
Carohna, and from 1948-50, 
General Superintendent of the 
N. C. Baptist Children's Homes. 




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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
CALENDER 



S M T W T F S 


S M T W T f S 


S M T W T F S 


S H T W T F S 


S M T W T F S 


J.M.TJ J F S 


JAN 


FEB 


MAR 


APR 


MAY 


JUNE 


12 3 4 5 6 
7 8 9 10 II 12 15 
U IS 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 

i£Jii2iL 1 


1 2 5 
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
II 12 13 U 15 16 17 
18 19 20 21 22 25 24 
25 26 27 28 29 


1 2 
3 4 5 5 7 8 9 
10 II 12 13 14 15 Ifc 
17 18 19 20 21 22 25 
't 25 26 27 28 29 50 


12 5 4 5 6 
7 8 9 10 II 12 13 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 


12 3 4 
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 
12 13 U 15 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
[25.27 28 29 30 31 


2 5 4 5 5 7 8 
9 10 II 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
'i 24 25 26 27^8 2? 



JANUARY 

I Church Achievement Enrol Deadline 
1-5 Bible Study Week 

8 Pastors' Conference 

8- 1 State VBS Clinic, Wingate CoUege 

I I Ministers' Wives Meet 

14 Soul Winning Commitment Day - 

Prayer for Crusade of Americas 
16 S. S. Council, Bapt Cen., 7:30 p, m. 

22 General Board, Sh., Second, 10:00 

23 Assoc. Library Conf., Sh., Sec, 

7:30 p.m. 
26-27 Ch. Rec. Leadership Workshop, 

Greensboro, First 
28 Baptist Men's Day 
30 Evangelism Clinic, Calvary, 7:30 p.m. 



FEBRUARY 

4 Baptist World Alliance Sunday 

5 Pastors' Conference 

6 bro. Council, Bapt. Cen., 7:30 p.m. 
5-7 Evangelistic Conference, Greensboro 
8 Ministers' Wives Meet 

1 1 Race Relations Sunday 

11-17 Y. W. A. Focus Week 

16-17 Y. W. A. Convention, Durham 

17 RA Leadership Course, Morganton 

18 Homes for Aging Day and Offering 
20 Bro. Meeting, Pleasant Ridge, 

7:30 p.m. 
26-March 1 Regional Chou Festivals 
22 Junior Assoc. G. A. Meeting, 
Pleasant Ridge, 7:30 p.m. 



3-10 

4 

5 

7 

10-17 

12-14 

16 

19 

18-19 

21-22 

22 

29-30 



MARCH 

WMU Week of Prayer-Home Missions 

Annie Armstrong Offering 

Pastors' Conference 

T. U. Council, Bapt. Cen., 7:30 p.m. 

Ministers' Wives Meet 

Youth Week 

WMU Annual Session, Asheville 

Youth Night 

Training Union Tournaments 

Church Leadership, Conf., Gastonia 

Y. W. A. Assoc. Council Meeting 
Bapt. Men's Conv., RA Congress - 
Charlotte 



APRIL 

4 Regional T. U. Convention 

8 Pastors' Conference 

9 Church Bldg. Conf., Raleigh 
1 1 Ministers' Wives Meet 

14 Easter 

15-21 Jewish Fellowship Week 

16 W.M.U. Annual Meeting, New Bethel 

16 S. S. Council, Bapt. Cen., 7:30 p.m. 

19-21 Retired Men's Retreat, Camp CaRAway 

20 Junior Choir Festivals 

22 General Board, Sec, Sh., 10:00 a.m. 

23 VBS Clinic, Patterson Springs, 7:00 p.m. 
22-26 Church Membership Training Week 
26-27 RA Camp - Camp CaRAway 

26-28 T. U. Youth Conv. 



MAY 

3-4 Youth Choir Festivals, Wake Forest 

3-5 Family Camping Weekend, Camp CaRAway 

5-12 Christian Home Week 

6 Pastors' Conference 

7 Bro. Council, Baptist Center, 

8:00 p.m. 
9 Ministers' Wives Meet 

12 Mother's Day and Hospital Offering 
12-18 GA Focus Week 
17 Bro. RA Conclave, Elizabeth 
19 Radio and TV Sunday 
31 S. S. Supts. and Pastors' Workshop, 
Double Shoals, 6:30 p.m. 



JUNE 

4 T. U. Council, Baptist Center 

8:00 p.m. 
9 Open House, Camp CaRAway 

2-3 WMU Annual Meeting, Houston 
3-7 Southern Baptist Convention, Houston 
16 Father's Day - Christian Ed. Day 
16-23 Baptist Heritage Week 
18 Associational T. U. Meeting 



NOTE: PASTORS CONFERENCE MEETS EACH 
MONDAY AFTER THE FIRST SUNDAY IN EACH 
MONTH, SEPT. - MAY, 10:00 A. M. AT SECOND 
BAPTIST CHURCH^ SHELBY, N. C. 



SMTWT fS ISMTWT FSlSMTWI fSlSMTWT fSlSMIWJ f ^ \ S H I W ■ rs| 


JULY 


AUG 


SEP 


OCT 


NOV 


DEC 


12 5 4 5 6 
7 S 9 10 II 12 1} 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
2! 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 JO 51 


1 2 5 
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
II 12 15 14 15 16 17 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 28 29 50 31 


12 3 4 5 6 7 
8 9 10 II 12 13 14 
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 
29 30 


12 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 II 12 
15 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 25 24 25 26 
27 28 29 50 51 


J 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 II 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 25 
24 25 26 27 28 29 50 


1 2 5 4 5 6 T 
e 9 10 II 12 15 14 
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 
29 30 31 



JULY 

8-12 Week of Christian Study - Mars HlU 

College 
16 W. M. U. Prayer Retreat 
16 S. S. Council, Baptist Center, 

8:00 p.m. 
22-28 Baptist Youth World Congress, 
Berne, Switzerland 

22 General Board, Second, Shelby, 

10:00 a.m. 

23 Assoc. Sunday School Meeting 



AUGUST 

6 Bro. Council, Baptist Center, 

8:00 p.m. 
11-17 Sunbeam Focus Week 
13-15 National RA Congress, Oklahoma City 
1 8-25 Music Expansion Week 
19-22 Week of Christian Study, Chowan 

CoUege 
20 Brotherhood Meeting 
23 State Assoc. Officers Briefing 

Meeting, High Point 
25-31 Week of Prayer, Assoc Missions 



SEPTEMBER 



OCTOBER 



2 Labor Day 

3 T. U. Council, Bapt. Cen., 8:00 p.m. 
3-6 Area S. S. Convention 

6-7 RA Counselor's Retreat, CaRAway 

9 Pastors' Conference 

9-11 Rural Urban Conf., Camp CaRAway 

10 Action Night in Assoc. 

12 Area Conf. for Children's Homes, 

Thomasville 
13-14 Assoc. Bro. Officer's Training 
15 State Missions Day and Offering 
23-27 S. S. Leadership Preparation Week 
23-27 Assoc. Officer's Area Conference 
27-29 Bapt. Men's Retreat, Camp CaRAway 
30-Oct 1 Pastors' Training Seminars 



2 Cooperative Pro. Prayer Emphasis 

4-6 Deacon's Retreat, Camp CaRAway 

6 Biblical Recorder Day 

7 Pastors' Conference 

7-8 Pastors' Training Ministry Seminars 

9 Cooperative Pro. Prayer Emphasis 

10 Ministers' Wives Meet 

15 S. S. Council, Bapt. Cen., 7:30 p.m. 

16 Cooperative Program Emphasis 

21 General Board, Sec. Sh., 10:00 a.m. 

22 Ch. Bldg. Planning Conf., Hickory 
22-23 Assoc. Annual Meeting 

23 Cooperative Program Emphasis 

25 Family Problems Seminars, Fruitland 

30 Cooperative Program Emphasis 



NOVEMBER 

3-9 RA Focus Week 

4 Pastors' Conference 
4-7 Group Training Schools 

5 Bro. Council, Baptist Center, 

7:30 p.m. 
7 Ministers' Wives Meet 

11-13 Baptist State Convention, 
Raleigh, N. C, 
19 Bro. Foreign Missions Study Night, 
Bethlehem, 7:30 p.m. 
24 Thanksgiving Offering for 

Children's Homes 
28 Thanksgiving Day 





DECEMBER 


1-8 


Week of Prayer for Foreign 




Missions, Lottie Moon Offering 


2 


"M" Night 


2 


Pastors' Conference 


3 


T. U. Council, Baptist Center, 




7:30 p.m. 


5 


Ministers' Wives Meet 


8 


Foreign Missions Day in the S. S. 


10 


January Bible Study Clinic, 




Mull's Memorial, 7:00 p.m. 


17 


Carol Sing 


25 


Christmas Day 


26-28 Youth Missions Conference (14-17) 




Camp CaRAway 


29 


Student Night 



CONTENTS 
ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICERS: 

BROTHERHOOD 9 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS OF ASSOCIATION - -Opposite R 10 

GENERAL OFFICERS 6 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES - - - - 10 

MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY 6 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT 9 

NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 6 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE 6 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 8 

TRAINING UNION 9 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION - 6 

COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION: 

ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL IQ 

AUDITING - - - - - -11 

CALENDAR - 11 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 8 

CONSTITUTION- - 10 

EVANGELISM - - ■ - 10 

FINANCE - - 10 

HISTORICAL 11 

MEMBERSHIP 11 

NOMINATIONS 10 

ORDER OF BUSINESS 10 

ORDINATIONS - - - - 10 

PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY 11 

PLACE AND PREACHER - 8 

RESOLUTIONS 11 

TRUSTEES - 6 

DIRECTORY OF MINISTERS: 

ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 7 

LICENSED MINISTERS 7 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 7 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 7 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR - - 7 

ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 7 

PASTORS OF CHURCHES IN THE ASSOCIATION Table A 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION: 

BY-LAWS OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL WMU 31 

MINUTES OF THE WMU ANNUAL SESSION 27 

WMU TREASURER'S REPORT 29 

GENERAL HISTORICAL AND REFERENCE MATERIALS : 

ARTICLES OF FAITH SEE MINUTES FOR PRECEEDING YEARS 

CHURCH GROUPS 54 

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS 18 

HISTORICAL DATA(ASSOCIATIONAL MEETINGS) R-12 

HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST IN CHURCHES 17 

MAP OF THE ASSOCIATION Center 

MESSENGERS ATTENDING ASSOCIATIONAL MEETING 12 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL MEETING 23 

ZIP CODE LISTINGS - 54 



REPORTS 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY - R.17 

ANNUITY BOARD - ■ - - - ■ R- 2 

AUDIO- VISUAL AIDS - R.19 

AUDITING COMMITTEE ~ - .--.».. n 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL - R-g 

BEAUTIFICATION - R.15 

BIBLICAL RECORDER R.ig 

BROTHERHOOD - - - - R-4 

CHILDREN'S HOMES - - - - R-13 

CO-OPERATIVE PROGRAM - - - - - - R-15 

DIGEST OF CHURCH LEITERS - 14 

EVANGELISM ... R.14 

FOREIGN MISSIONS - --- ---- R- 8 

GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE - - - R-3 

GENERAL BOARD: 

SUMMARY OF WORK OF BOARD - ----- R.20 

BUDGET - - - R.ii 

HOME MISSIONS - R.5 

HOME FOR AGING - - .R.15 

INTERRACIAL COOPERATION - - - R-18 

LIBRARIAN'S - - - R-16 

MEMORIALS: 

IN MEMORIUM - - 15 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 15 

MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY 

MUSIC MINISTRY - ----- - 26 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION - - - - R-18 

ORDER OF BUSINESS (Program) - - - - -R-1 

ORDINATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE - R-16 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE - R-2 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 14 

RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES R-9 

ROYAL AMBASSADOR - - - - R-4 

SEMINARY EXTENSION DEPARTMENT - - - - - R-13 

SUNDAY SCHOOL - R-7 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS R-6 

TRAINING UNION R-6 

TREASURER'S - - R-10 

TRUSTEES - - - - R-19 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION R-7 

CHURCH OFFICERS: 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS Table E 

CHAIRMEN OF DEACON BOARDS - -Table J 

CHAIRMEN OF HISTORY COMMITTEES 26 

CHURCH LIBRARIANS - -Table G 

CLERKS Table I 

MUSIC DIRECTORS Table D 

PASTORS - Table A 

PIANISTS OR ORGANISTS Table D 

SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS Table B 

TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS Table C 

TREASURERS Table H 

WMU PRESIDENTS - Table F 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY* 

Moderator: Rev. C. A, Kirby, Jr Route 4, Shelby 

Vice-Moderator: Rev. Norman Brown 411 Peach Street, Shelby 

Clerk-Treasurer: Rev. Hugh L, Borders Box 24, Shelby 

Historian: Dr. W. Wyan Washburn Boiling Springs 

Music Director: Van Ramsey 776 Eastview Street, Shelby 

Organist: Mrs. E. T. Bailey 613 Lineberger Street, Shelby 

Sunday School Superintendent: Dr. Paul Johnson Route 1 Grover 

Training Union Director: Rev. Lanny M. Elmore Rt. 5, Box 504, Shelby 

W.M.U. President: Mrs. W. E. McSwain Route 2, Shelby 

Brotherhood President: Paul Lancaster Box 709, Kings Mountain 

Chairman of Library Council: Mrs. A, L. Calton Lattimore 

Superintendent of Missions: Rev. C. O. Greene Box 24, Shelby 

Office Secretary: Mrs. Bill Dover Box 24, Shelby 

NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

Terms 
Expire 

Rev. E. M. Smith (1969) 14 West Hawkins Street, Shelby 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. (1969) Route 4, Shelby 

TRUSTEES 

Terms 
Expire 

John H. Beam, Chairman (1968) . 112 Wells Street, Kings Mountain 

George W. Hamrick (1969) 202 East Marion Street, Shelby 

W. H. Dodd (1970) Waco 

OFFICERS OF THE PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

President: Rev. Wilson Harmon N. Main St., Waco 

Vice-President: Rev. Robert Mann 100 N. Gaston St., Kings Mountain 

Secretary-Treasurer: Rev. Lanny Elmore Rt. 5, Box 504, Shelby 

Chorister: Rev. H. L. Threatt Rt. 5, Box 157, Shelby 

Pianist: Rev. Dale Clark Rt. 3, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE MINISTERS' WIVES' AUXILIARY 

President: Mrs. Dale Clark Rt. 3, Shelby 

1st Vice-President: Mrs. James Holder Rt. 3, Kings Mountain 

2nd Vice-President: Mrs. Fred McGehee, Jr Rt. 6, Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurerd: Mrs. B. J. Traywick Rt. 5, Box 58, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

President: Mrs. W. E. McSwain Rt. 2, Shelby 

Vice-President: Mrs. S. C. Harrill Box 218, Lattimore 

Secretary: Mrs. J. B. Price Rt. 3, EUenboro 

Treasurer: Mrs. Carl Hamrick Box 293, Boiling Springs 

Y.W.A. Director: Mrs. Frances Wyatt Rt. 8, Box 249, Shelby 

G. A. Director: Mrs. John Baker Box 865, Shelby 

Sunbeam Director: Mrs. Eugene Roberts 818 Piedmont, Ave., Kings Mountain 

Mission Study: Mrs. Mark Black 113 S. Jacobs St Cherryville 

Prayer Chairman: Mrs. James B. Sides . . . ." Rt. 5, Shelby 

Stewardship: Mrs. Y. V. Weaver 604 Lineberger St., Shelby 

Community Missions: Mrs. Clyde Dover Rt. 1, Shelby 

Publications and Publicity: Mrs. John Poston Rt. 2, Cherryville 

Enlistments: Mrs. Cecil Murray Box 220, Shelby 

GROUP LEADERS: 

Polkville: Mrs. Frank Spurling Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Lattimore: Miss Ollie Moore Boiling Springs 

* Note: for "Zip Codes" see page 54. 



Shelby: Mrs. R. S. Jenkins 12 W. Hawkins St., Shelby 

Kings Mountain: Mrs. Annie B. Jolley 222 Walker St., Kings Mountain 

Grover: Mrs. Mary Lou Collins Grover 

Waco: Mrs. Charles Propst Rt. 5, Shelby 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Allen, Paul, Route 1, Grover First, Grover 

Bradshaw, Boyce, Boiling Springs Beaver Dam 

Edwards, H. Wray, Route 2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

Howell, T. G., Ir., 1547 Kings Road, Shelby Bethel 

Ledbetter, Don, Route 2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

McSwain, W. A., Route 2, Kings Mountain David 

Sain, Howard, Route 3, Lawndale Carpenters Grove 

Wilkie, Darvin, 1325 Eastview, Shelby Bethel 

Wright, H. L., Jr., Route 1, Kings Mountain Patterson Grove 

ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Bradshaw, Boyce, (AP) , Boiling Springs Beaver Dam 

Copeland, Thurmond, (MM & ME), 775 Lowery St., Shelby Calvary 

Decker, Robert L., ((MM & ME), 315 Elizabeth Ave., Shelby Elizabeth 

Easom, Horace, (MM & ME), 510 W. Marion St., Shelby Bethel 

Jolley, R. Allen, (MM & ME), 701 King St., Kings Mtn., Kings Mountain, First 

Leath, Roland, (AP & ME) , Box 1360, Shelby . First, Shelby 

McSwain, W. J., (AP), Route 1, Shelby Wallace Grove 

Ramsey, Van H., (MM), 776 Eastview St., Shelby First, Shelby 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Blanton, David L., 617 Grover Street, Shelby Westview 

Horn, Donald K., Carrituck, N. C Oak Grove 

Lail, Ralph, Gaffney, S. C Calvary 

Sepaugh, Michael J., Box 445, Wake Forest New Hope 

Wilkinson, Mike, Casar Second, Shelby 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

McSwain, W. J., Route 1, Shelby Wallace Grove 

Sailors, Roger, Route 3, Lawndale Plains View 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 

Broughton, J.B., Kings Road, Shelby Second, Shelby 

Cantrell, J. R., Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

McSwain, W. L., Route 1, Blacksburg, S. C New Hope 

Painter, Jim, Boiling Springs New Camp Creek 

Wall, Zeno, 853 W. Marion Street, Shelby First, Shelby 

ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Abrams, R. W., (CM, Ed.) Box 823 Boiling Springs 

Allen, Dr. Garland, (OM, Ed.) , Box 801 Boiling Springs 

Allen, John, (OMI) , Route 1 Mooresboro 

Ballard, Thomas, (OM, Ed.) Box 763 Boiling Springs 

Biggerstaff , W. P., (OMR) , Box 82, Route 5, Shelby 

Blankenship, Ernest, (OM, Ed.) , Box 852 Boiling Springs 

Borders, Cline W., (OM, CW) , Box 308 Lawndale 

Bray, T. W., (OMR), 748 Vale St Shelby 

Bryson, Jerry, (OM, Ed.) , Boiling Springs 

Burgin, Max E., (OM, Ch.) Viet Nam 

Carter, John, (LM, Ed.) , Box 29 Boiling Springs 

Cline, P. A., (OM, Ed.) , Box 854 BoiUng Springs 

Cloninger, John, (MR) , 307 Margrace St Kings Mountain 



Crow, C. C, (OMR) , 765 Lowery St Shelby 

Davis, R. W., (OMI) , Route 5 Shelby 

Elliott, E. S. (OMR) , 1 18 Grover St Shelby 

Gillespie, J. T., (OMR) .... Boiling Springs 

Gore, E. O., (OMR) , Route 1 Kings Mountain 

Greene, C. O., (OMD) , Route 1 Lawndale 

Harrill, Hugh, (OMR) , Route 4 Shelby 

Hicks, J. ] ., (OMR) , Route 1 Grover 

Hoffman, J. E., (OMR) , Route 2 Vale 

Hoyle, Clarence, (OMI), 315 S. Martin St Shelby 

Hughes, N. D., (OMR) , Route 9 Shelby 

Jenkins, J. L., (OMR) Boiling Springs 

Lamb, Dr. Robert, (OM, Ed.) , Box 794 Boiling Springs 

Lewis, Dr. Thurman, (OM, Ed.) , Box 234 Boiling Springs 

Lykins, Noel, (OMI) , 508 E. Graham St Shelby 

Malone, Dr. Frank H., (OMR) , 728 Blanton St Shelby 

Matthews, B. H., (OMI) , Route 2 Kings Mountain 

McAlister, James, (OM, Ed.) , Box 238 Boiling Springs 

Millwood, Gene, (OMI) , 7 Winder St Shelby 

Murrell, Dr. M. Vann, (OM, Ed.) , Box 901 Boiling Springs 

Morrisett, Stephen, (OMI) , Box 282 Boiling Springs 

Poston, Carl, (OMI) , Box 627 Shelby 

Poston, Dr. E. E., (OM, Ed.) , Box 792 Boiling Springs 

Propst, R. Albert, (OM, Ch.) Shelby 

Ramsaur, Bill, (OMI) , Route 2 Lawndale 

Redmond, W. H., (OMI) , Route 1 Mooresboro 

Ross, Sherman, (OMR) , Route 5 Shelby 

Sandifer, Charley, (OM, Ed.) Boiling Springs 

Spivey, E. L., (OMR) , 3024 Dell^no Place Shelby 

Stepp, Emmett, (OM, DM) , Route 8 Shelby 

Tarlton, W.. V., (OMR) , Route 7 Shelby 

Trexler, Robert, (OM, Ed.) , Box 304 Boiling Springs 

Waldrep, H. E., (OMR) , 229 N. Poston Road Shelby 

Walker, C. W., (OM) , Route 2 Shelby 

Whitaker, L. R., (OMI) , Route 5 Shelby 

Wood, Dr. A. B., (OMR) ,413 Stroud Rd Shelby 

Wright, E. E., (OMI) , Elam Street Lawndale 

Wright, Ray, (OMI) , Dixon School Rd Kings Mountain 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Rev. A. Phipps, Chairman Rt. 6, Shelby 

Rev. Max Linnens Boiling Springs 

Ralph Tucker Shelby 

Mrs. Dale Clark Rt. 3, Shelby 

Mrs. Odell Benton Kings Mountain 

COMMITTEE ON PLACE AND PREACHER 

Rev. Elford Willingham, Chairman Casar 

Mrs. Pinkney Poston Earl 

Mrs. Eli McSwain Patterson Springs 

ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS 

Superintendent: Dr. Paul B. Johnson Rt. 1, Grover 

Supt. of Training: Rev. Dale Clark Rt. 3, Shelby 

Supt. of Enlargement: Rev. Kenneth Gibson Box 64, Polkville 

V.B.S. Supt.: Rev. Joel Jenkins Earl 

Secretary: Mrs. Recca Bingham Rt. 6, Shelby 



DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENTS 

Crade-Roll & Nursery: Mrs. Eugene Roberts . . 818 Piedmont, Kings Mtn. 

Beginner: Mr. Willard Boyles Rt. 3, Kings Mtn. 

Primary: Mrs. Odell Benton Grover Rd., Kings Mtn. 

Junior: Mrs. Paul B. Johnson Rt. 1, Grover 

Intermediate: Mrs. Carl Ellis 316 Cameron Rd., Shelby 

Young People: Rev. Russell Pitts Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Adults: Mrs. Bob Traywick Rt. 5, Shelby 

Extension: Rev. W. V. Tarlton Rt. 5, Shelby 

GROUP SUPERINTENDENTS 

Waco: Rev. Wilson Harmon Waco 

Shelby: Rev. Harold Threatt Rt. 6, Shelby 

Lattimore: Rev. J. E. Bishop Rt. 2, Shelby 

Grover: Rev. Fred McGehee . Rt. 6 ,Shelby 

Polkville: Rev. E. C. Willingham Casar 

Kings Mountain: Rev. Darrell Coble 411 York Rd., Kings Mtn. 

ASSOCIATIONAL TRAINING UNION WORKERS 

Director: Lanny M. Elmore Rt. 5, Box 504, Shelby 

Associate Director in Charge of Leadership Training: Rev. Ernest Smith 

14 Hawkins St., Shelby 

Chorister: Mr. Van Ramsey 776 Eastview St., Shelby 

Pianist: Mrs. E. T. Bailey 613 Lineberger St., Shelby 

Pastor Advisor: Rev. Wilson Padgett 1012 Buffalo St., Shelby 

GROUP DIRECTORS 

Grover: Rev. Fred McGehee Rt. 6, Shelby 

Kings Mtn.: Rev. N. S. Hardin Rt. 2, Box 489, Kings Mtn. 

Lattimore: Rev. Benny Wood Rt. 2, Shelby 

Polkville: Rev. Russell Fitts Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Shelby: Rev. Harold Threatt Rt. 9, Box 157, Shelby 

Waco: Rev. James Stamey 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

DEPARTMENTS LEADERS 

Nursery, Beginner, Primary: Jerry Armstrong .... LaFayette Apt. IB, Shelby 

Junior: Mrs. George Hamrick 304 S. Post Rd., Shelby 

Intermediates: Mrs. Wilson Harmon Box 79, Waco 

Young People: Mrs. Dale Clark Rt. 3, Shelby 

Adults: Rev Max Evington Rt. 3, Shelby 

ASSOCIATIONAL MUSIC WORKERS 

Director: Van Ramsey 776 Eastview St., Shelby 

Organist: Mrs. E. T. Bailey .... 613 Lineberger St., Shelby 

MUSIC COMMITTEE 

Mr. Thurmond Copeland 775 Lackey St., Shelby 

Mr. Robert Decker 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Allen Jolley Box 786, Kings Mountain 

ASSOCIATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 

President: Paul Lancaster Box 709, Kings Mountain 

Associate: John Washburn 821, Boiling Springs 

Secretary: Fred Jones Rt. 4, Shelby 

Men's Leader: John Hendrick Rt. 5, Shelby 

Young Men's Leader: Carl Spangler, Jr 839 E. Main, Shelby 

R. A. Leader: Bill Philbeck 1408 Beverly Dr„ Shelby 

Associate: Carl Ledbetter Washburn Rd., Shelby 

Chorister: Yates Pearson Shelby 



INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Children's Homes: Dr. A. B. Wood 413 Stroud Rd., Shelby 

Baptist Home for Aging: Mr, Walter Davis Rt. 5, Shelby 

Baptist Hospital: Dr. |ohn Hamrick . Box 28, Shelby 

Baptist College: Dr. Eugene Poston Boiling Springs 

World Mission, Foreign, Home, & State: Rev. Oscar Funderburke Rt. 4, Shelby 

Annuity Board: Rev. W. P. Biggerstaff . .Box 82, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Christian Literature: Rev. Tom Bray 748 Vale St., Shelby 

Cooperation Program Representative, Rev. Roland Leath . . . .Box 1360, Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Rev. James Holder, Chairman Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. (Moderator) Rt. 4, Shelby 

Rev. Hugh Borders (Clerk-Treasurer) Lattimore 

Mr. Van Ramsey (Music Chairman) Shelby 

Mr. Fred Denton Lav^ndale 

Rev. Bob Traywick Rt. 5, Shelby 

ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. (Chairman) Rt. 4, Shelby 

Rev. Lanney Elmore (TU Director) Rt. 5, Shelby 

Dr. Paul Johnson (SS Superintendent) Rt. 1, Grover 

Mr. Paul Lancaster (Brotherhood Director) . Box 709, Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Woodrov^ Flynn (Evangelism Chairman) .... 609 Charles Rd., Shelby 

Rev. Hugh Borders (Clerk-Treasurer) Lattimore 

Mr. Van Ramsey (Music Chairman) Shelby 

Mr. Marion Packard (1971) Rt. 4, Shelby 

Rev. Wayne Ashe (1970) ! Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Harold Threatt (1969) Rt. 6, Box 274A, Shelby 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain (WMU President Rt. 2, Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM 

Rev. Woodrow Flynn, Chairman 609 Charles Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Fred McBrayer Shelby 

Rev. Bill Morrow •. Lavs^ndale 

Mr. Clifford Hughes Shelby 

Mr. Bill Daniels 205 Roxford Rd., Kings Mountain 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE 

Rev. Robert Mann, Chairman Kings Mountain 

Mr. Joe Cabiness Shelby 

Mr. Osborne Lee 13 W. Hawkins St., Shelby 

Rev. Hugh Borders (Clerk-Treasurer) Lattimore 

Rev. J. E. Bishop Rt. 2, Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION (Advisory) 

Rev. Wilson Padgett, Chairman Shelby 

Rev. Charles Freeman Fallston 

Rev. W. G. McKinney Lawndale 

Rev. H. R. Cathey Fallston 

Rev. Curtis Bundy Rt. 1, Kings Mountain 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Rev. James Sides, Chairman Rt. 5, Shelby 

Mr. Paul Wilson Shelby 

Rev. Max Linnens Boiling Springs 

Mr. B. H. Hopper Earl 

Mr. Joe Bowen Rt. 1, Lawndale 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Rev. Oscar Funderburke, Chairman Rt. 4, Shelby 

Rev. James Wilder Kings Mountain 

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Rev. Max Evington Rt. 3, Shelby 

Mr. Joe Mull Shelby 

Rev. Frank Shirley . 611 Gantt St., Kings Mtn., Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

Rev. James Stamey, Chairman Shelby 

Rev. N. S. Hardin Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Darrell Coble 411 York Rd., Kings Mountain 

Mr. Clay Cabiness Rt. 5, Shelby 

Mr. John A. Blanton, Jr . Rt. 4, Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON CALENDAR 

Rev. Norman Brown, (Vice Moderator-Chairman) .... 411 Peach St. Shelby 

Rev. Paul Johnson (SS Superintendent) Rt. 1, Grover 

Rev. Lanney Elmore (TU Director) ......'.. Rt. 5, Shelby 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain (WMU President) . Rt. 2. Shelby 

Mr. Paul Lancaster (Brotherhood President) ...... Box 709, Kings Mountain 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

Rev. Aaron Phipps Rt. 6, Shelby 

Mrs. Paul Lancaster Box 709, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Lee Allen Rt. 6, Shelby 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Dr. W. Wyan Washburn, Chairman Boiling Springs 

Rev. Robert Trexler Boiling Springs 

Rev. Max Linnens Boiling Springs 

Rev. C. O. Greene Box 24, Shelby 

Mrs. Louise Dubeski Casar 

Mr. Hubbard Hamrick 930 W. Warren St., Shelby 

Mr. G. T. Cabiness 704 Vale St., Shelby 

Mrs. Allen Jolley Box 786, Kings Mountain 

PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY COMMITTEE 

Mr, Fred R. Mauney, Chairman . Shelby 

Rev. Benny Wood Rt. 2, Shelby 

Mr. E. D. Lewis 209 Country Club Rd., Shelby 

Mrs. Lawrence Roberts 603 S. Washington St., Shelby 

Mr. Carl Spangler Box 61, Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON AUDITING 

Joseph M. Wright, Chairman 105 East Ave., Shelby 

Paul A. Lancaster Box 709, Kings Mountain 

Julian W. Hamrick 418 W. Warren St., Shelby 

REPORT OF THE AUDITING COMMITTEE 

We have examined the accounts of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association 
maintained by Rev. Hugh L. Borders, for the Year ending September 30, 1967. 

The examination consists of tracing all recorded cash receipts to the bank 
statements and of verifying disbursements on a test basis of examination of 
invoices and canceled checks. 

In our opinion the statements of receipts and disbursements as shown on 
pages R9 - R 11, in this' volume presents fairly the financial transactions of 
the Kings Mountain Baptist Association for the year ending September 30, 1967. 

Respectfully Submitted 

Joseph M. Wright, Chairman 

Paul Lancaster 

Julian W. Hamrick /s/ 



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MESSENGERS ATTENDING THE ANNUAL MEETING 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Mrs. C. L. Owensby, Mr. and Mrs. George Fitch, Mrs. 

George Thornburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Odell Barnett. 
BEAVER DAM: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mills, Rev. Oscar Funderburke, Ralph 

G. Hamrick, Buron Blanton, J. W. Humphries, and Mrs. Carson Hamrick. 
BETHANY: Mrs. Clifford Bowens, and R. H. Ponder. 
BETHEL: Mrs. T. G. Howell, Jr., O. W. Green, and Horace Easom. 
BETHLEHEM: Homer Pheagin, Mrs. Lee McDaniel, and Mrs. R. T. 

Huffstetler. 
BOILING SPRINGS: Rev. T. Max Linnens, Paul Hamrick, Rev. P. A. 

Cline, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gillespie, Dr. Eugene Poston, Lansford 

Jolley, and Thirleen Osborne 
BUFFALO: J. C. Tilley, W. H. Kale, Mrs. Hugh Lackey, and Mrs. Hudson 

Hoyle. 
CALVARY: Rev. Woodrow Flynn, Bessie Cartee, Mrs. Zeke Wilson, Mrs. 

Joe Sparks, James Hamilton, Frank Bridges, and Noah Langley. 
CARPENTERS GROVE: Rev. and Mrs. D. Boyd Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Carl 

Miller, and Mrs. Texie Carpenter. 
CASAR: Rev. Elford Willingham, Mrs. C. A. Wortman, and Don Melton. 
CHURCHILL DRIVE: Mrs. Johnny Webber, and Mrs. R. E. Padgett. 
COMMUNITY: Shirley Philbeck, Mary Lou Tessneer, Lillie Cogdill, and 

Pauline Philbeck. 
DAVID: Rev. N. S. Hardin, and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. McSwain. 
DOUBLE SHOALS: C. R. Spangler, Mrs. C. R. Spangler, Rev. and Mrs. 

Russell Fitts, C. M. Spangler, Florence Seism, and Mrs. R. L. Eskridge. 
DOUBLE SPRINGS: Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr., Betty Davis, Marion M. Packard, 

Mrs. W. G. Seism, B. B. Scruggs, Mrs. Malcolm Wilson, Mrs A. L. Calton, 

and J. C. Washburn. 
DOVER: Rev Ernest Smith, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. 

Conner, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Dover, Mrs. Harrison Blanton, Mrs. Bobby 

M. White, Mrs. W. H. Jackson, Mrs. Carl McClellan, W. F. Newton, and 

Mrs. E. T. Bailey. 
EASTSIDE: (KM): Rev Darrell Coble, Connie Putnam, and Edythe Sell. 
EASTSIDE, (S) : Rev. Wilson W. Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Beam, Mr. 

and Mrs. C. L. Summers, Mrs. Cleatus Smith, and Mrs. E. Pentdleton. 
ELIZABETH: Rev. James Stamey, Rev. E. S. Elliott, Joe Mauney, Mrs. Zeb 

Cline, Mrs. Tom Walters, Mrs. John Mauney, Mrs. E. C. McClain, Mrs.' 

Lawrence Roberts, Mrs. Charles Beam, and E. L. Beam. 
EMMANUEL: Rev. J. Fred Cartee, Mrs. Kelly Stroud, S. E. Bowman and W. 

W. Cambbell. 
FAITH: Rev. W. T. Luckadoo, Thomas Dellinger, and Mrs. Shirley Hawkins. 
FALLSTON: Rev. H. R. Cathey, E. G. Spurling, and Yates Williams. 
FLINT HILL: Cleavy Hamrick, Bobby G. Ledbetter, Earl Patterson, Buron 

Ledbetter, Irvin Scruggs, and Crawford Long. 
GROVER, FIRST: Mrs. B. F. Bird, Mrs. Alfred Collins, and Mrs. B. A. Harry. 
HIGHLAND: Rev. Leonard M. Thomas, and Mrs. Ida B. Porter. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN: Rev. James M. Wilder, J. C. Bridges, Marion Dixon, 

Mrs. Nevette Hughes, Mrs. Eugene Roberts, and Mrs. Odell Benton. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN, FIRST: Rev. Robert C. Mann, Lee Roberts, Allen 

Jolley, Mrs. M. C. Amos, Wray Williams, and Cline Barber. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN, SCEOND: Rev. and Mrs. George W. Julian, Mrs. 

Dewey Allen, Mrs. Bernice Kirby, Mrs. C. M. Lankford, Mrs. John W, 

Gladden, Mrs, Dover Pearson, W. H. Redwood, and Wesley Kiser. 
LATTIMORE: J. B. Williams, Rev. Hugh L. Borders, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. 

Lee, Mrs. James F. Cornwell, Miss Katie Mai Toms, Mrs. John Blanton, 

and Mrs. Lillie Wilson. 
LAWNDALE: Rev. Robert W. Morrow, and Fred W. Denton. 
LILY MEMORIAL: Rev. D. W. Digh, Tommy Morrison, Ray Collins, Mrs. 

Bobby Kirby, L. R. Philbeck, and Richard Poole. 
LOVE VALLEY: J. O. VanDyke, James Wilson, Leroy H. Blake, Sr., and 

Ted Huffman. 
MACEDONIA: Mrs. Carl S. Bridges. 
MULLS MEMORIAL: Rev. Lanney M. Elmore, Zollie Cook, and G. E. 

Wright. 



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NEW BETHEL: Rev. and Mrs. W. C. McKinney, Jr., Rev. and Mrs. Cline W. 

Borders, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lattimore, and Mrs. T. S. Putnam. 
NEW BUFFALO: Rev. George L. Willis, Mrs. Eunice Martin, John V. Martin, 

Jr., Doyle W. Shelton, and William E. Smith. 
NEW HOPE: Rev. Joel P. Jenkins, Thelma Earl, Mrs. R. L. Nichols, B. H. 

Hopper, J. H. Tulloh, Mrs. B. Austell, Mrs. L. H. Gibson, and Mrs. Pink 

Poston. 
NEW PROSPECT: Charles Ledbetter, Mrs. A. A. Carpenter, D. M. Beam, 

and Florence Beam. 
NORMANS GROVE: Mrs. Walter Warlick, Mrs. J. C. Spurling, and Mrs. 

Ray Warlick. 
OAK GROVE: Rev. and Mrs. James Holder, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby F. Webster, 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lovelace, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ware, Mrs. Frank 

Ledford, and Elva McSwain. 
OAK VIEW: Fred F. Wells, Mrs. Boyce Wells, Mrs. Earl Spearman, and 

John H. Caldwell. 
PATTERSON GROVE: Rev. Richard E. Plyler, Mrs. Clem Wright, Mrs. 

Robert Ware, Clyde Short, Mrs. Gene Patterson, and Grady Seism. 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Dr. Paul B. Johnson, Margaret A. Fox, John T. 

Miller, B. M. Bowen, and M. M. Camp. 
PIEDMONT: Rev. Perry E. Whisnant, Mrs. Sally Latham, Mrs. Lillie Walker, 

Mrs. Holly Spendfield, and Mrs. Emmie Benfieid. 
PLAINS VIEW: Alton Randy Champion. 
PLEASANT GROVE: Rev. and Mrs. James B. Sides, Mr. and Mrs. Otha 

Williams, Hal Hendrick, Velva Hamrick, Charles. G. Propst, and C. E. 

Elliott. 
PLEASANT HILL: Rev. Fred McGehee, Jr., Mrs. Hugh Dover, Mrs. James 

McNeilly, Mrs. J. W. Kendrick, and J. Y. Kendrick. 
PLEASANT RIDGE: Rev. J. Max Evington, Mrs. Shelton McSwain, Mrs. 

Joe DeLozier, Mrs. P. A. Brantley, Lura Cochran, Mrs. Nora W. Early, 

and A. Y. Hamrick. 
POLKVILLE: Rev. Kenneth Gibson, Mrs. W. W. Horn, Herbert Price, and 

Mrs. C. C. Warlick. 
POPLAR SPRINGS: Rev. J. Edgar Bishop, Mrs. W. E. McSwain, Mrs. L. D. 

Wallace, and Mrs. Purvis Wesson 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Rev Harold L. Threatt, Mrs. J. R. Webber, Mrs. 

Claude Jones, Jr., Mrs. Colon Hamrick, Mrs. Jack Lane, and Mrs. Gus 

Mclntyre. 
ROSS GROVE: Rev. W. V. Tarlton, Mrs. Clyde Dover, Mrs. L. H. Ledford, 

and Blala Blanton. 
SANDY PLAINS: Rev. Dale Clark, J. B. Hoyle, Ethel Philbeck, Mrs. Fay 

Whitaker, Mrs. Glenn Holland, W. C. Crotts, and Mrs. J. D. Price. 
SHELBY, FIRST: Rev. Roland Leath, Van H. Ramsey, Mrs Joseph T. 

McClain, Mrs. John D. Baker, Mrs. Harold Causby, Lloyd C. Bost, Joe M. 

Wright, Laura Cornwell, Miss Aurthine Wells, Dr. Frank H. Malone, and 

Mrs. Rush Stroup. 
SHELBY, SECOND: Rev. and Mrs. Norman F. Brown, Mrs. F. N. Wood, 

Mrs. R. A, Bland, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Armstrong, Mrs. Bill Dover, and 

Mrs. L. N. Buchanan. 
TEMPLE: Mrs. T. B. Yarbrough, Mrs. Annie Jolly, Mrs. J. H. Carroll, Mrs. 

Mae Fleming, Mrs. Joe P. Camp, and Mrs. Grace White. 
UNION: Mrs. J. W. Rudasill, J. C. Campbell, Mrs. Rufus Weathers, and Mrs. 

Colin R. Bridges. 
WACO: Rev. J. W. Harmon, Miss Pearl Murray, G W. Murray, Mrs. G. G. 

Rollins, Mrs. W. L. Brown, and Mrs. J. Lewis Black. 
WALLACE GROVE: Mrs. Scott Campbell, Jr., Carroll McMurry, Rev. J. T. 

Sisk, Mrs. Hattie McMurry, and George Stringfellow. 
WESTOVER: W. O. Peeler, Mrs. Viola Isenhour, Rev. Archie Chapman, and 

Banks Barber. 
WESTVIEW: Rev. Forrest Teague, and Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Young. 
ZION: Rev. B. J. Traywick, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis, Rev. and Mrs. W. P. 

Biggerstaff, Mrs. Bob Cabaniss, Mrs. D. W. Kiser, Mrs. A. B. Blanton, 

Mrs. J. F. Williamson, G. T. Cabaniss, and Mrs. Max Cornwell. 
ZOAR: Rev. L. M. Tenery, Mrs. Ralph F. Webber, Mrs. R. H. Pruett, Mrs. 

J. H. Williams, Mrs. Johnny M. Bradley, and Hugh Dover. 



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DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 

1964 1965 1966 1967 

Disbursements for Local Work $1,367,295 $1,345,355 $1,417,445 $1,786,310 

Totals for Missions 374,889 405,872 417,617 419,831 

Cooperative Program 187,556 207,868 207,261 202,543 

Children's Homes 13,737 13,418 13,189 12,933 

State Missions 5,962 6,666 7,100 6,468 

Home Missions , 14,133 16,569 18,639 20,644 

Foreign Missions 71,629 75,058 80,503 90,474 

Hospitals 8,21 1 8,616 8,457 8,429 

Homes for Aging 3,413 3,772 3,886 3,395 

Christian Education 28,267 32,214 35,909 42,049 

Associotional Missions 19,411 18,998 20,596 17,496 

Disbursements for all Purposes 1,742,184 1,751,227 1,835,062 2,206,14) 

Buildings and Equipment 419,663 268,419 309,504 526,076 

Total Receipts for oil purposes 1,642,514 1,760,442 1,889,848 1,915,073 

Gifts: Per Church Member 71.71 69.32 74.12 74.84 

Per Member - Coop. Program . .. 7.52 8.18 8.13 7.91 

Per Member for ali Missions 15.12 15.98 16.38 16.40 

Baptisms 671 587 612 585 

Church Membership 24,784 25,396 25,498 25,589 

Sunday School Enrolment 19,460 19,757 19,650 19,467 

Training Unions .... 62 63 64 61 

Training Union Enrollment 5,675 5,624 5,348 5,241 

Music Ministry Enrollment 3,048 3,009 3,539 3,552 

Vacation Bible Schools 61 62 59 62 

Vacation Bible School Enrollment . . . 6,868 6,552 6,328 6,776 

Pastors' Salaries ^ 300,281 311,468 331,767 330,282 

Property Values $8,832,900 $9,138,131 $9,504,896 $10,256,918 

REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Be It Resolved That: 

We express our appreciation: 

To members of the First Baptist Church, Shelby, their pastor, and other 
staff members for their warm welcome, and the use of their adequate facilities; 
To the churches of the Shelby Group who realized that man cannot live 
by words alone, and thus provided a tasty meal. The Shelby Group includes: 
Bethel Shelby, Second 

Calvary Peach Street 

Dover Putnam Memorial 

Eastside Zoar 

Highland Lily 

Churchill Drive Westview 

Shelby, First 
To the office of Superintendent of Missions, the Moderator, the Program 
Committee, and other officers of the association for offering efficient leader- 
ship in continuing to update associational programming . , . may this updat- 
ing continue; 

To the Youth Choir of First Baptist Church, Shelby, the Gardner-Webb 
choir, and other musicians, for lifting praise to our Lord through trained voices 
and hands; 

To our local speakers, state and denominational leaders who continue to 
inspire and inform us as to the extended reach of the Christian community; 

To local news media for sharing with their readers and listeners the 
highlights and major thrusts of our deliberations; 

And finally, this commitee, being charged with the responsibility of writ- 
ing letters of commendation on behalf of pastors who leave our association, 
we list the following who left since last October: 

James Graham, Cline Borders, C. C. Parker, W. V. Tarlton, Harry 
Walker, J. L. Painter, D. M. Larkins, Fred Crisp, B. G. Washburn, 
R. L. McGaha, James Johnson, Coy Dellinger, Floyd Willis. 

Mrs. Annie Cartee 
Miss Bessie Jolly 
Rev. James Stamey, Chairman 

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MEMORIALS 

We pause just now to pay tribute to our beloved dead. They have de- 
parted this Hfe but their influence will live on in our lives and the lives of 
untold numbers in the days that lie ahead. Surely, "Their works do follow 
them." 

Each one has played his or her particular part in carrying on the work 
of our Lord. Some have had only one talent, others many. Yet each is 
judged in the sight of God according to his or her devotion to Him, We trust 
that each has earned the "Well Done" of our Creator, Redemmer and Lord. 

While we cannot put one person or group above another, there are two 
of our fallen who played outstanding roles in the work of our association 
and denomination Viz: Rev. J. R. Cantrell and Dr. Zeno Wall. 

Bro. Cantrell was a beloved pastor and president of Boiling Springs 
College (Gardner-Webb) . He led that great school through some of the "lean 
years" and kept it alive when its very existence was rn grave jeopardy. 

Dr. Wall was also president of our college, President of our Baptist State 
Convention, Superintendent of the N. C. Children's homes and pastor beloved. 
We have lost much in the going of men like these and the names of the others 
whose names will appear in our associational minutes. 

As we, who are left behind, mourn their going, let us not fail to wear 
worthily their mantles that have fallen upon us. Let us dedicate ourselves 
anew to carry on in a worthy manner the works they have left behind. 

Respectfully submitted 
W. V. Tarlton 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 

BEAVER DAM: Mrs. Sallie Callahan, Mrs. Fannie Hamrick, Tom Hayes, 

Loy Justice, Clarence Pyron, (Deacon), Millard Wilson, (Deacon), and 

C. F. Poteat. 
BETHANY: Mrs. Mollie Beam. J. H. Smtih, Jr., and Mrs. Tom Martin. 
BETHEL: W. Y. Elliott, Smith Estes, Marion Howell, Douglas Royster, 

Tommy Sisk, Ed Stockton, and Mrs. J. O. Wilkie. 
BETHLEHEM: C. W. Lail, and Curtis Hardin. 
BOILING SPRINGS: Mrs. C. E. Bridges, Mrs. J. Rex Bridges, Jan Bridges, 

Robert Bridges, Rev. J. R. Cantrell, (Deacon), Mrs. H. C. Dixon, Mrs. 

J. Lester Greene, Mrs. Ralph Hamrick, and W. E. Hill. 
BUFFALO: Buren Dedmon, Emmett Blanton, Mrs. J. P. Lail, and Mrs. J. B. 

Potter. 
CALVARY: Tom W. Champion, Mrs. Lelar McCurry, William Gantt, Clyde 

Singleton, R. F. Farris, Miss Victoria Ellis, Henry Stroupe, and Hatcher 

Walker, (Deacon). 
CARPENTERS GROVE: Miss Corene Hicks. 

CASAR: Mrs. Wanda Melton, Miss Kay Melton, and Lawson Walker. 
COMMUNITY: Joe Davis and Lee Kennedy. 
DAVID: Mrs. T. L. Green. 

DOUBLE SHOALS: Forrest Bowen, (Deacon, and former church clerk). 
DOUBLE SPRINGS: Mrs. S. W. Greene, Mrs. Essie Gold Lovelace, Mrs. 

Gordon Washburn, Preston Hawkins, and Bate Blanton. 
DOVER: Mrs. Harold Wright, Mrs. Dan Everhart, Mrs. G. W. Greenway, 

Mrs. Guy Walker, Mrs. F. D. Lynn, Mrs. Tolly Kimbrell, and Mrs R. M. 

Lemons. 
EASTSIDE, (KM): Mrs. R, L. Channey, David Anderson, and Mrs. Eva 

Loftin. 
EASTSIDE, (S): Hubert Beam, Robert Wilkes, Hudean Thackerson, Fred 

Crowe, 
ELIZABETH: C, B. Mauney, Mrs. J, Z, Hoyle, N, J .Yarboro, Mrs. Lottie 

Hayes, John Fitch, Sr., Miss Donna Ware, Mrs. P M. Mauney, and Mrs. 

Agnes Anthony, 
ELLIOTT EMORIAL: John Causby. 



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FALLSTON: Mrs. Clara Spurling. 

FLINT HILL: Mrs. Oscar Hamrick, Mrs. Joe R. Anthony, and Mrs. Clif 

Blanton. 
GROVER, FIRST: Mrs. W. A. Moss, Paul Byers, Mrs. James C. Byers, and 

Mrs. Bertha George. 
HIGHAND: Tommy White, Charles Teague, Mrs. Pantha Hoppis, and Rich- 
ard Parnell. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN: F. A. Tidwell, Miss Marjorie Hord, Mrs. D. G. Little- 

john, Mrs. John Norman, and Mrs. G. D. Hambright. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN, FIRST: L. L. Benson, (Deacon), Clyde Cole, Joe 

Cole, Mrs. Sallie Costner, A. W. Kincaid, (Deacon), Mrs. George Sellers, 

Mrs. W. D. Weaver, B. T. Wright, (Deacon), Mrs. Pashia Wright, and 

R. R. Yarboro. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN, SECOND: Mrs. Alice Bridges, and J. Russell McAbee. 
LATTIMORE: D. W. A. Cooper, (Deacon), and Mrs. R. L. Jones. 
LAWNDALE: Mrs. Sue McNeilly, Miss Grace Bowman, and Jimmy Brittain. 
LILY MEMORIAL: Everette Mull, William Hughes, Mack Beaver, and 

Mildred Kay McSwain. 
MULLS MEMORIAL: John Lail, (Deacon). 
NEW BETHEL: Cline O. Lee, and Mrs. J. D. S. Carpenter. 
NEW BUFFALO: Miss Diane Green, and Mrs. Florence Peterson. 
NEW CAMP CREEK: Tommy Camp, Rev. Jim Painter, and Marvin Wright. 
NEW HOPE: Mrs. Pink Nichols, Mrs. W. C. Surratt, Baxter Bettis, Miss 

Maggie Roberts, Rev. W. L. McSwain, Mrs. Jerry Runyan, and Winfred 

Graham. 
NEW PROSPECT: Mrs. P. C. Beattie, Abe McSwain, and Mrs. Abe McSwain. 
NORTH BROOK: Mrs. Susie Taylor, and Mrs. Essie Lackey. 
OAK GROVE: Mrs. Nancy H. Mayes, and G. Garmon Davis, (Deacon). 
OAK VIEW: Clyde Bumgardner, Sylvester Rayfield, and Mrs. Ila Jones. 
PATTERSON GROVE: D. P. Putnam, Forrest Burton, and Mrs. Clyde Short. 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Mrs. Marvin Morrison, Mrs. J. R. Dover, A. V. 

Johnson, Mrs. Sam Runyans, and Charlie White. 
PIEDMONT: Mrs. David Huffstickler. 
PLEASANT GROVE: Mrs. Laura Dixon, Mrs. Mary Hendrick, and Miss 

Maggie Wright. 
PLEASANT HILL: Mrs. Mary Thrift, and Mrs. Emma Dellingham. 
PLEASANT RIDGE: Mrs. E. B. Carroll. 
POLKVILLE: Clemmie Tallent, and L. E. Weatherford. 
POPAR SPRINGS: W. E. Bridges, Miss Elmira Hamrick, C. B. Kendrick, and 

Bezola Hamrick. 
ROSS GROVE: Andrew E. Blanton. 

SANDY PLAINS: Coy Daves, and H. H. Grayson, (Daecon). 
SHELBY, FIRST: Otis Pendleton, Mrs. R. R. Rabon, Mrs. Oscar Powell, 

Mrs. Mary Pearson, Stanley Davis, R. A. Spangler, Charles B. Austell, L. S. 

Cook, C. M. Walton, Mrs. W. L. Packard, Carl Putnam, Mrs Hudson 

Hartgrove, Mrs. Ned N. Smith, Feaster Lewis, Jr., J. M. Vaughn, Dr. 

Charles G. Lampley, Jr., Mrs. William E. Pearce, Mrs. Will J. Gold, 

Charles Wray, Mrs. H. R. Sherrill, Buell A. Bailey, A. Vason Hamrick, Jr. 

(Deacon), Mrs. R. K. Bishop, Mrs. Colin Hull, Dr. Zeno Wall, Mrs. J. 

Lowery Austell, Mrs. Willie Mae Bridges, and Charles Mauney. 
SHELBY SECOND: Melvin Johnson, Rev. J. B. Broughton, Hunter McSwain, 

Jimmy Pearson, E. R. Clary, Sam Overcash, Ronald Carpenter, Mrs. 

A. O. Eaker, Mrs. Will Hughes, and Mrs. Mamie Vaughn. 
TEMPLE: Mrs. Roy Robbins, Colon Hustetler, and H. H. Hilliard. 
UNION: G. A. Greene, C. D. McEntire, John Hawkins, Ulysses Champion, 

Mrs. Wess Bridges, Mrs. Sam Mode, and Pink Grigg. 
WACO: Mrs. Shuford Beam, and Mrs. John R. Hord. 
WALLACE GROVE: Dennis Tesseneer, and Mrs. Maybelle Murry. 
ZION: Charlie Pendleton, Hoyle Cornwell, Miss Josie Wilson, Charlie Corn- 
well, and Mont G. Cabaniss, (Deacon). 
ZOAR: Lloyd Allen, Charles C. Warren, and Mrs. D. R. Hamrick. 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 

BETHANY: Paid off organ debt; remodeled basement, S. S. Classes, Wains- 
coted and carpet; new choir curtains. 

BETHEL: Two men answered the call to preach: Jimmie Allman, and Bobby 
Weathers. 

BETHLEHEM: Air conditioned the educational building. 

BOILING SPRINGS: Completed educational building. Sold church property 
located west of South Main St., within Quinn Circle to College. Bought 
37 acres in new location for erection of new church building. 

CARPENTERS GROVE: Church drive and parking area paved. 

COMMUNITY: One new utilities building; new floor in church, pews, and 
Bible Stand. 

DAVID: A furnace and storm windows were installed in the parsonage, and 
new office equipment was put in the pastor's study. 

ELIZABETH: Celebrated 10th Anniversary of new building, and called our 
present pastor. 

ELLIOTT MEMORIAL: Continuing construction of S. S. rooms. 

EMMANUEL: Moved from 9 room dwelling into new church building. 
Burned note on pews and pulpit furniture. 

FAITH: Addition of baptismal pool, and purchased new furniture for church. 

FALLSTON: Renovation of sanctuary, painting, lighting; built a vestibule, 
steeple, and sidewalk. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN: Liquidated church indebtedness— 8 Vi years before 
the due date. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN, FIRST: Purchased adjoining property; began a leader- 
ship training program; presented a living Christmas pageant; opened a 
Coffee House for teenagers. 

LATTIMORE: Completed an "Audio Room" and installed earphones. Con- 
structed a carport and storage room at the church. Purchased a 12 h.p. 
riding lawn mower, and new choir robes. Began construction of storage 
building at the parsonage, and remodeling of back porch and storm 
windows. 

LAWNDALE: Called Rev. R. W. Morrow as pastor, Aug. 1, 1967. 

MOUNT SINAI: Air conditioned church auditorium. 

MULLS MEMORIAL: New educational building erected consisting of 22 
class rooms. Library, Pastor's Study, and 6,000 sq. ft. of floor space. 
Approximate cost, $61,800. 

NEW BUFFALO: Installed a new ceiling in the church; built a new "Fellow- 
ship Building;" purchased new chairs for some of the S. S. class rooms.- 

NEW CAMP CREEK: Graded out for a new cemetery space; painted the 
church; installed new floors and bought new heaters. 

NEW HOPE: Built a double carport and storage room at the parsonage; 
purchased new choir robes; ordained Michael J. Sepaugh into the 
ministry. 

NORMANS GROVE: Landscaping of church grounds, and installation of 
carpeting. 

OAK VIEW: Built a new study, and air conditioned the sanctuary. 

PATTERSON GROVE: Dedication of our new sanctuary. 

PATTERSON SPRINGS: Began construction of our new sanctuary. 

PIEDMONT: Purchased and paid for a new organ and piano; bought a 
mimeograph machine; joined the "CAVE" plan. 

PLAINS VIEW: Remodeled S. S, rooms, and vestibule; voted to accept ro- 
tating plan for election of deacons; started a library. 

PLEASANT GROVE: Added 7 new S. S. rooms, pastor's study, and choir 
space; completed new sanctuary, new furnace and air conditioning at a 
cost of $75,000. 

WALLACE GROVE: Constructed 4 new class rooms; remodeled the old 
building completely. 



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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF 
KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 

Preamble 
We, the members of Missionary Baptist Churches in the County of 
Cleveland, State of North Carolina, and territory adjacent thereto, do 
hereby propose to establish and maintain the principles and rules of 
order of a district Association in conformity to the following: plan: 

Article I Name 

The name of this body shall be the "Kings Mountain Baptist As- 
sociation." 

Artcile II Purpose 

It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with the 
State and Southern Baptist Conventions in the promotion of Christian 
Missions at home and abroad, and in any other related objects such as 
evangelism. Christian education, benevolent enterprises, and social serv- 
ices which it may deem proper and advisable for the furtherance of the 
Kingdom of God. 

Article III Membership 

Section 1: The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist 
Churches in the area of the Association. 

Section 2: Churches desiring membership in the Association shall 
apply to the membership committee and if recommended by this com- 
mittee and accepted by the Association shall agree to come under the 
watch care of the Association for a period of one year. At the end of one 
year, upon recommendation of the committee, membership within the 
Association of such churches shall be determined by vote of the Asso- 
ciation. During this period such churches shall be entitled to all rights 
and privileges of the Association except that their members shall not 
hold office nor vote. 

Section 3: The Association shall be sole judge of its membership and 
may receive churches, or reject churches, according to its Constitution 
and By-Laws. Member Churches may also withdraw as they desire. 

Article IV Meetings 

Section 1: The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday evening 
and Wednesday after the third Sunday in October and continue until the 
business of the Association is disposed of. 

Section 2: Special Meetings may be called by the Moderator or General 
Board provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 
Section 3: Each church shall elect annually, in addition to the pastor, 
two messengers to the meeting of the Association for each 50 members 
of the church, provided each church shall have not less than three nor 
more than ten messengers. These shall constitute the voting body of 
the Association. The names of messengers printed in the Minutes shall 
include only those attending and registering at the Associational meet- 
ing. 

Article V Authority 

Each church in this Association is independent and sovereign in its 
own affairs, and the Association has no authority over the churches 
except as provided in this constitution in Article III, Sections 2 and 3. 

Article VI Officers and Their Selection 

Section 1: The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, Associational Music 
Director, Associational Organist, Associational Sunday School Superin- 
tendent, Associational Training Union Director, Associational Woman's 



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Missionary Union President, Associational Brotherhood Director, and 
Chairman of Library Council. 

Section 2: The officers shall be elected on the last day of the annual 
Meeting for a term of one year each. The nominees shall be contacted 
and nominated by the Committee on Nominations (By-Laws IV, Sec- 
tion 6) except the Moderator, Vice Moderator, and Clerk-Treasurer who 
shall be nominated from the floor. Committee nominations shall not 
preclude nominations from the floor. 

Section 3: All officers shall complete their work as soon as practicable 
after the closing of the annual session. The newly elected officers shall 
assume, at the close of the annual session, all duties incumbent upon 
said officers relating to the work of the ensuing associational year. 
Section 4: Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be 
ineligible for re-election. 

Article VII Trustees and Their Election 

There shall be three trustees of the Association, one preferably a 
lawyer, serving terms of three years each -on a rotating basis. On nom- 
ination by the Committee on Nominations, one new trustee shall be 
elected at the annual meeting, no trustee being eligible to succeed him- 
self until after the lapse of one year. The expiration date of each 
trustee's term of office shall appear by his name in the Associational 
Minutes. 

Article VIII The General Board 

The General Board shall be composed of all Associational Officers 
(Article VI, Section 1), the Associational Superintendent of Missions 
(ex-officio), each active pastor, two other members chosen by each 
member church from its membership and certified to the Association in 
its annual report, and chairmen of all standing committees of the As- 
sociation. The General Board shall have the authority to act for the 
Association between sessions, except as limited by this constitution. It 
shall be the duty of the General Board to meet quarterly and to make 
reports and recommendations to the Association at its annual meeting. 
The quarterly meetings will be in October, January, April and July; 
on Monday after the third Sunday at 10 o'clock. 

Article IX Committees 

Section 1: The Association shall be the following standing committees, 
with their terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting 
through the following annual meetings. 

A. To Be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected 
by the Association at the annual meeting: 

(1) Committee on Order of Business (By-Law IV, Section 1) 

(2) Associational Council (By-Law IV, Section 2) 

(3) Committee on Evangelism (By-Law IV, Section 3) 

(4) Committee on Finance (By-Law IV, Section 4) 

(5) Committee on Ordinations (By-Law IV, Section 5) 

(6) Committee on Nominations (By-Law IV, Section 6) 

(7) Cornmittee on Constitution (By-Law IV, Section 7) 

(8) Committee on Membership (By-Law IV, Section 8) 

(9) Committee on Calendar (By-Law IV, Section 9) 

(10) Committee on Resolutions (By-Law IV, Section 10) 

(11) Historical Committee (By-Law IV, Section 14) 

(12) Personnel and Property Committee (By-Law IV, Section 15) 

(13) Any other Committee authorized by the Association 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meetings. 
Committee on Committees (By-Law IV, Section 11) 

Section 2: The following committees shall be appointed by the Mod- 
erator at least thirty days prior to the annual meeting to serve during the 
annual meeting: 

(1) Committee on Place and Preacher (By-Law IV, Section 12) 
(3) Committee on Enrollment (By-Law IV, Section 13) 



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Article X Amendments 

Amendments to this Constitution may be made at any annual session 
of the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting 
members present. Proposed changes must be presented to the Associa- 
tion in the first session and voted upon by a standing vote by the As- 
sociation in the last session. It is recommended that all proposed changes 
first be submitted to the Constitution Committee. 

BY-LAWS 

By-Law 1 Parliamentary Rules 

Robert's Rules of order shall be followed as the Association's rules 
for conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association 
prescribes otherwise. 
By-Law II Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 
30th. 

By-Law III Duties of Officers 

Section 1: The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the body 
according to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Com- 
mitttes, Committee on Place and Preacher, and Committee on Enroll- 
ment. He shall be chairman of the General Board and be an ex-officio 
member of all other committees. 

Section 2: The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the 
pleasure of the moderator, and shall be Vice-Chairman of the General 
Board. 

Section 3: The Clerk-Treasurer shall send annual report forms to the 
member churches at least a month before the Association's annual meet- 
ing, distribute at the annual meeting mimeographed copies of the Digest 
of these reports, make an accurate record of the proceedings of the 
Association, supervise the printing and distributing of minutes to the 
member churches, keep on file copies of minutes, records and other docu- 
ments of the Association, and also serve as secretary of the General 
Board. He shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the 
name of the Association; disburse the same upon instructions from 
the Association, its General Board, or as designated in the Budget (no 
money is to be disbursed which is not included in the budget except upon 
recommendation of the Finance Committee to the General Board or the 
Association in annual session); render an accurate report of receipts and 
disbursements and distribute same at the annual meeting and give a 
report at each quarterly General Board Meeting; and keep books avail- 
able and up to date for examination. 

Section 4: The Auditor shall, at the close of the Associational year, 
make an audit of the Treasurer's records and report to the Association 
in session. 

Section 5: The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on 
the Association and its churches, and shall make a written report to each 
annual meeting of the Association. 
By-Law IV Duties of Committees 

Section 1: The Committee on Order of Business shall be composed of 
three members and the Moderator, Clerk, and Associational Music Di- 
rector. It shall prepare a printed program for the annual meeting of 
the Association which shall be sent to all persons on the program and 
to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall, 
in the opening of the annual meeting of the Association, present the 
printed program for adoption and serve through the sessions when ad- 
justments in the order of business become necessary. 
Section 2: The Associational Council 

(1) This Committee shall be composed of the following Associa- 
tional officers: Sunday School Superintendent, Training Union Director, 
Woman^s Missionary Union President, Brotherhood Director, Chair- 
man of Committee on Evangelism, Treasurer, Music Director, and 
three additional members elected by the Association to serve three 
years on a rotating basis. It shall work with the Associational Super- 



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intendent of Missions in promoting the work in the Association, and 
lead and assist in determining need for, beginning new mission sta- 
tions, and organizing new churches. 

(2) If such advice is sought it shall advise any group seeking to 
organize a new church. It shall also seek to help any member church 
desiring assistance with its problems. 

(3) When without a Superintendent of Missions, this Committee 
shall seek out and recommend to the Association, or its General Board, 
for election a new Superintendent of Missions according to By-Law 
VI, Section 1. 

Section 3: The Committee on Evangelism, composed of five members, 
shall promote the work of evangelism in the Association in cooperation 
with the State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs to 
be subject to the approval of the Association or its General Board. 
Section 4: The Committee on Finance, composed of five members in- 
cluding the Treasurer, shall study the Association's financial needs 
for an adequate program, present a budget to the Association for the 
following year, devise plans for securing the cooperation of the church- 
es in raising funds to meet the budget, and make a written report to 
the annual meeting. 

Section 5: The Committee on Ordinations, composed of five members 
with the pastor of the candidate, shall, when requested by a member 
church, assist with the examination and ordination of a candidate for 
the Gospel Ministry. 

Section 6: The Committee on Nominations, composed of five mem- 
bers, shall contact before and nominate on the last day at the annual 
meeting of the Association the officers of the Association according to 
Articles VI and VII of the constitution. This committee shall also, in 
cooperation with the nominating committees of the various depart- 
ments of work, recommend workers in these various departments (Ar- 
ticle VI, Section 1.) It shall also nominate Associational representa- 
tives for the various institutions and agencies of our convention. This 
Committee shall also fill vacancies which occur between annual meet- 
ings of the Association. It shall nominate the Associational Organist. 
This Committee's nominations shall not preclude other nominations 
from the floor. 

Section 7: The Committee on Constitution, composed of five members, 
shall be available to study any changes or revisions in the Constitution, 
and to make recommendations as needed. 

Section 8: The Committee on Membership, composed of five members, 
shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and By-Laws 
(Article III, Section 3). 

Section 9: The Committee on Calendar, shall be composed of the 
following Associational officers: Sunday School Superintendent, Train- 
ing Union Director, Woman's Missionary Union President, Brotherhood 
Director, Music Director, and the Vice-Moderator. This Committee shall 
work out as soon as possible each year an Associational Calendar for 
the coming year and present same to the General Board for adoption. 
Section 10: The Committee on Rfsolutions, composed of three mem- 
bers, shall draw up and present to the Association resolutions of appre- 
ciation and any other resolutions it or the Association may deem wise. 
Section 11: The Committee on Committees, composed of five mem- 
bers, shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution (Article 
IX, Section 1), and shall assist the General Board in filling vacancies 
on all other standing committees occuring between sessions. This Com- 
mittee shall also name the chairman of each committee. 
Section 12: The Committee on Place and Preacher, composed of five 
members, shall receive or solicit invitations for the place or places of 
meeting for the next annual meeting of the Association, and shall rec- 
ommend the place or places. It shall also recommend the preacher and 
alternate for the annual sermon or sermons. 

Section 13: The Committee on Enrollment shall prepare for and direct 
the enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. 
Section 14: Historical Committee — It shall be the duty of the Historical 



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Committee to collect, compile and preserve all materials of interest of the 
Association and member churches. It shall make its report at the an- 
nual Associational Meeting. 

Section 15: Personnel and Property Committee will be composed of 
five members. It will be the duty of the Personnel and Property Com- 
mittee : 

(1) To employ any additional help or fill any vacancies that might 
occur, other than the Superintendent of Missions; and deal with all the 
problems relating to personnel. 

(2) This Committee will maintain adequate equipment for the As- 
sociational office. 

By-Law V Trustees 

The duty of the trustees shall be to hold in trust any property, 
money, endowment, or other securities of said Association, and they 
shall handle all legal matters of the Association under the direction of 
the Association or its General Board. 
By-Law VI Associational Superintendent of Missions 
Section 1: His selection shall be upon recommendation of the Associa- 
tional Council and on vote by the Association in its annual meeting or, 
between sessions of the Association, by its General Board. His time of 
office shall continue until terminated by mutual consent or request of 
either party. He shall be a member of all committees and organizations 
of the Association in a serving and advisory capacity. 
Section 2: The Superintendent of Missions shall promote the work of 
the Association and Denomination, cooperating with the churches, their 
pastors and officers, and the Associational committees and organizations. 
By-Law VII Annual Reports 

Written reports to appear in the Annual Minutes shall not exceed 
300 words, except for History and Statistics. 
By-Law VIII Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the 
annual meeting of the Association when presented in writing at said 
meeting land approved by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. 

By-Law IX Define Procedure 

Section 1: The business session of the Association shall be opened and 
closed with prayer. 

Section 2: All officers shall complete their work as soon as practicable 
after the closing of the annual session. The newly elected officers shall 
assume, at the close of the annual session, all the duties incumbent upon 
said officers relating to the work of the insuing associational year. 
Section 3: Every report, resolution, or amendment offered to the 
Association shall be submitted in writing if requested by the Moderator. 
Section 4: No person shall speak more than twice on the same subject, 
except by permission of the Association. 

Section 5: Messengers present from one-half of the churches shall 
constitute a quorum. 
By-Law X The Confessions of Faith 

The Baptist Faith and Message as revised and adopted by the 
Southern Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. 



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PROCEEDINGS OF THE ONE HUNDRED SEVENTEENTH 

ANNUAL SESSION OF THE KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION 

Tuesday Evening, October 17, 1967 

1. An organ prelude was played by Mrs. E. T. Bailey as messengers from 
the various churches gathered in First Baptist Church, Shelby, for the 117th 
Annual Meeting of the Association. 

2. The assembly sang "Jesus Saves," as it was led by Mr. Van Ramsey 
with Rev. Roland Leath at the piano. The opening prayer was led by Rev. 
H. L. Threatt. 

3. Rev, Hugh Borders "moved that those now registering, together with 
those who will register, be elected to constitute the 117th annual session of 
the Kings Mountain Baptist Association," The motion was seconded and 
carried. Rev. Borders then moved the adoption of the printed program. 

4. The Moderator, Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr., appointed the Committee on 
Committees, and Committee on Place and Preacher as they appear elsewhere 
in this volume. 

5. A report from the Constitutional Revision Committee was called for, 
but due to the absence of Dr. Joseph T. McClain, chairman of that committee, 
no report was made. 

6. Rev. C. O. Greene, Superintendent of Missions, gave an address on 
the responsibility of the Christian in the world of 1967. He pointed out that 
ours is a world of revolutions and scientific advance. He raised this question: 
"Can man's heart keep pace with his head?" 

7. Van Ramsey led the group in singing "To God Be The Glory," with 
Mrs. E. T. Bailey at the organ and Rev. Roland Leath at the piano. 

8. The Moderator recognized the following new pastors: Rev. Robert W. 
Morrow, Lawndale; Rev. J. Max Evington, Pleasant Ridge; Rev. Archie 
Chapman, Westover; Rev. Perry Whisnant, Piedmont; Rev. W. C. McKinney, 
Jr., New Bethel; and the following ministers of music and education: Van 
Ramsey, First Baptist, Shelby, Jerry Armstrong, Second Baptist, Shelby, and 
Lonnie Summers, Eastside, Shelby. 

9. Miscellaneous Business and Announcements were called for and there 
were none. 

10. Rev. Woodrow Flynn, chairman of the Evangelism Committee, brought 
an address on the "Crusade of the America." He suggested that we are ex- 
porting our products and customs, but not the Gospel. He explained that 
the approach of the "Crusade" would be for each church to assume the 
responsibility for evangelizing its own community. 

11. Van Ramsey led the Youth Choir of the First Baptist Church, Shelby, 
in three beautiful anthems: "When I Survey The Wondrous Cross," "God of 
Grace, and God of Glory," and "Grant Us To Do With Zeal." 

12. Rev. Norman F. Brown brought an inspirational message on the sub- 
ject of "Faith." Luke 8:43-49, was his text. He observed that the birth of 
faith in this woman, faith that became triumphant faith, occurred when she 
faced her great need, exercised that faith, and placed herself on record in an 
act of open commitment. 

13. Rev. Brown led in the closing prayer and the session was adjourned. 

WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1967 

14. The Moderator, Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr., called the meeting to order 
following musical moments of meditation with Mrs. E. T. Bailey at the organ. 
Allen Jolley led the group in singing "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name," 
with Mrs. Bailey at the organ. 

15. The Rev. J. Max Evington led the opening prayer. 

16. After welcoming the messengers the Moderator recognized the Clerk- 
Treasurer for the General Board's report and the treasurer's report. In addi- 
tion to the printed report found on pages R 9 - R 11, and R 20, the Clerk 
presented the following recommendation from the General Board: "that the 
entire question of printing an associational history as passed on at the 1966 



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associational meeting, including the appropriation of $2^00 per year for four 
years, be rescinded." 

17. Rev. Norman F, Brown presented the budget, and noted that the 
recommendation from the General Board made null and void the three recom- 
mendations included v^ith the Proposed Budget. The Finance Committee 
recommended that $L00 per member, or a per cent of the plate offerings be 
given- to Associational Missions. After a motion and second the entire report 
of the General Board and the Proposed Budget was adopted. 

18. Rev. Oscar Fundrburke reported that his committee was not yet ready 
to offer the Place and Preacher Committee's report. He called a meeting of 
that group to be held immediately. 

19. Rev. f. E. Bishop presented the Nominating Committee's report. The 
text of that report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

20. Rev. Roland Leath reported that a total of 317 messengers, and 104 
visitors had registered for a grand total of 421. 

21. The Rev. B. }. Traywick, new pastor at Zion, and Rev. Hoyle T. 
Allred, representing the Baptist Foundation, were recognized. 

22. Rev. E. S. Elliott, Chairman of a special committee named to study 
the needs of Hopewell Baptist Church (Colored) reported on the successful 
work of that committee. He distributed a printed report that gave much 
background information on the need, efforts toward self-help by the Hopewell 
membership, and their appreciation for all that people in this county had done 
to aid them in construction of a new building. 

23. Allen Jolley led the group in singing "Crown Him With Many 
Crowns," with Mrs. E. T. Bailey at the organ. 

24. Rev. Wilson Harmon brought the doctrinal message using Phillippians 
2:5ff, as his text. His theme was the names of Jesus. Some names or titles 
of Jesus mentioned by Rev. Harmon were: "Jesus the Christ," "Our Lord and 
Saviour," "Lord and King." It was with this last title, "King," that Rev. 
Harmon suggested was most significant. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus 
gave man the constitution of his kingdom. Here is a kingdom that can func- 
tion for redeemed persons only*. 

25. Rev. E. M. Smith brought the report of the Committee on Commit- 
tees. The text of that report is included in this volume following the "Associa- 
tional Directory." 

26. Rev. Dale Clark read a resolution passed by the Sandy Plains Baptist 
Church calling on the Sheriff's department to enforce more strictly the laws 
of this county (laws re: gambling, morality, strong drink, etc.), especially dur- 
ing the Cleveland County Fair weeks. This matter was referred to the Reso- 
lutions Committee. 

27. Rev. Norman F. Brown, Vice-Moderator, presided during the time for 
the State Convention reports. Those bringing reports were: Hoyle T. Allred, 
N. C. Baptist Foundation; C. W. Bazemore, BIBLICAL RECORDER; Marvin 
Gold, Chaplain, N. C. Baptist Hospital; Isaac Terrell, N. C. Baptist Children's 
Home; Mrs. Doris Shore, Homes for Aging; and David Smith, student from 
Mars Hill College, Baptist Student Union. 

28. The clerk moved the adoption of the state convention reports as con- 
tained in the book of Advanced Reports. The motion was second and passed. 

29. Rev. Roland Leath gave the group instructions as to how the noon 
meal would be served. 

30. The Gardner-Webb College Choir brought special music at this time. 
The group was under the direction of Professor J. W. Snyder. 

31. Dr. Carl E. Bates, Pastor, First Baptist (!^hurch, Charlotte, and Presi- 
dent, N. C. Baptist State Convention, brought the message for "World Mission 
Time." Taking as his text Matthew 9:35 - 10:1, Rev. Bates raised two questions 
for consideration: (1) "Have we really seen the Multitudes? either at home or 
abroad?" (2) "Do we pray for money or laborers?" He suggested that the 
most important of the two, most important by far, was laborers. 

32. Following a prayer by Dr. Bates the session adjourned for the noon 
meal. 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 18, 1967 

33. Lonnie Summer led the group in the opening hymn, "Holy, Holy, 
Holy," with Roland Leath at the piano and Mrs. E. T. Bailey at the organ. 

34. The Rev. W. C. McKinney, Jr., led in prayer. 

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35. Dr. James Ralph Scales, President of Wake Forest University, brought 
an address on the role of Christian education. He suggested that North Caro- 
lina Baptist stop talking about the problems and differences of opinion that 
exists between the denomination and its colleges and university, and focus 
on their assets. "Your campus at Wake Forest is a source of pride," he told 
the messengers. 

36. Dr. E. E. Poston, President of Gardner-Webb College, was recognized 
for a comment, and he announced that Gardner-Webb hopes to add the third 
and fourth years in 1969 and 1970. 

37. Rev. Oscar Funderburke, chairman of the Place and Preacher Com- 
mittee, asked the messengers to express their preference as to the number of 
sermons they wanted on the program next year. The motion was made and 
second that the number be left at three. Rev. Funderburke then made his 
report: The sessions will be held next year with David Baptist Church, Tues- 
day Evening, October 22, and Patterson Grove Baptist Church, Wednesday, 
October 23. Preachers for the 1968 session will be: Inspirational: Rev, James 
Stamey, Alternate, Rev. J. Max Evington; Doctrinal: Dr. Paul Johnson, alter- 
nate. Rev. Fred McGehee, Jr.; Missionary, Rev. Robert Mann, alternate. Rev. 
James Wilder. 

38. The Rev. James E. Holder "moved that the matter of publishing a 
history be referred to the Finance Committee for study with a report to be 
brought to the association next year." The motion passed. 

39. Organizational reports were presented as follows: Sunday School, Dr. 
Paul Johnson; Training Union, Rev. Dale Clark; WMU, Mrs. W. E. McSwain; 
and Brotherhood, by Mr. Paul Lancaster. Bob Decker was not present to bring 
the Music report, but a written report is included in this volume elsewhere. 
All of these reports were adopted. 

40. Rev. James Stamey read the report of the Resolution Committee. The 
full text of that report is included elsewhere in this volume. 

41. Lonnie Summers led the group in singing "Come Thou Fount Of 
Every Blessing," with Mrs. E. T. Bailey at the organ. 

42. The Rev. Kenneth Gibson delivered the missionary message taking 
as his text Mark 6:32-42. He pointed out that every Christian is a missionary. 
He suggested that the only difference between "missions" and "evangelism" 
is one of geography. In the "Great Commission" Jesus included the entire 
world. He stressed two main points: (1) the need of the multitude, and 
(2) our responsibility to help meet that need. We are not to go out to make 
Christ King, but because he is King. 

43. The following officers were nominated and elected: Rev. C. A, Kirby, 
Jr., Moderator, Rev. Norman F. Brown, Vice-Moderator, and Rev. Hugh L. 
Borders, Clerk-Treasurer. Election of these officers was by acclamation. 

44. Rev. Hugh L. Borders gave a final report on attendance. Messengers 
registered, 350; alternates, visitors, and all others, 171; total attendance, 521. 

45. The Rev. W. V. Tarlton conducted a brief memorial service in memory 
of those who have expired during the year. Among those named were the 
following ministers: Rev. J. R. Cantrell, Rev. Jim Painter, Rev. W. L. McSwain, 
Dr. Zeno Wall, and Rev. J. B. Broughton 

46 By common consent the Moderator instructed the Clerk to dedicate a 
page in the 1966-67 minutes to Rev. Cantrell, and Dr. Wall, 

47. The 117th annual session was adjourned with prayer by our Moder- 
ator, Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. 



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CHAIRMANS OF HISTORY COMMITTEES 

Mr. Brady I ail, Rt \, Grover, 28073 Allen Memorial 

Mrs. Elmer McMurrav, Rt. 1, Box 61, Grover, 28073 Bethany 

Mr. John Gold, 413 W. Chcle Dr., Shelby, 28150 . Bethel 

Mr. Lansiord joUey, Box 395, Boiling Springs, 28017 Boiling Springs 

Miss Sandra Champion, Rt. 3, Kings Mountain, 28086 Buffalo 

Mrs. Boyd Warlick, Rt. 3, Lawndale, 28090 , Carpenters Grove 

Mrs. Louise Dubeski, Casar, 28120 Casar 

Mrs. Kenneth R. Grayson, 830 Churchill Dr., Shelby, 28150 . . Churchill Drive 

Mrs. Bill Babb, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain, 28086 David 

Mr. Ralph Spangler, Rt. 1, Lawndale, 28090 Double Shoals 

Mr. C. C. Padgett, Lattimore, 28089 Double Springs 

Mrs. Clyde Bridges, Box 1707, Shelby, 28150 Dover 

Mrs. Wade Carpenter, Rt. 9, Box 108, Shelby, 28150 Elizabeth 

Mrs. Gilbert Edwards, Rt. 5, Shelby, 28150 Elliott Memorial 

Mrs. W. F. Fleming, 108 Myers St., Kings Mountain, 28086 Faith 

Mr. Buron Ledbetter, Rt. 2, Shelby, 28150 FHnt Hill 

Mrs. B. A. Harry, Grover, 28073 Grover, First 

Miss Fanny Carpenter, 118 Mtn., St., Kings Mountain, 28086 . Kings Mountain 
Miss Betty K. Davis, 302 Walker St., Kings Mtn., 28086 .... Kings Mtn., First 
Mrs. C. M. Lankford, 806 Church St., Kings Mtn., 28086 . Kings Mtn., Second 

Miss Minnie Anna Forney, Box 54, Lawndale, 28090 Lawndale 

Mr. Haley Dedmond, Rt. 2, Lawndale, 28090 New Bethel 

Miss Thelma Earl, Earl, 28038 New Hope 

Mrs. Lee Bess, Rt. 1, Cherryville, 28021 North Brook 

Mrs. Alice S. Ramsey, 110 Benfield Rd., Kings Mountain, 28086 . . . Piedmont 

Mr. W. H. Gardner, Rt. 5, Shelby, 28150 Pleasant Grove 

Mrs. Max McSwain, Rt. 8, Shelby, 28150 Pleasant Ridge 

Mr. Ernest Hoyle, Rt. 3, Shelby, 28150 Poplar Springs 

Mrs. L. H. Ledford, 822 E. Marion St., Shelby, 28150 Ross Grove 

Mr. R. Hubbard Hamrick, 9930 W. Warren St., Shelby, 28150 . . Shelby, First 

Mr. G. M. Murray, Waco, 28169 Waco 

Mrs. Jack Shull, 1312 Wesson Rd., Shelby, 28150 Westview 

Mr. T. G. Cabaniss, Rt. 5, Box 282, Shelby, 28150 Zion 

Mrs. C. P. Gardner, Melrose Dr., Shelby, 28150 Zoar 

MUSIC REPORT 

In light of the new attitude toward Associational Music — e.g. developing 
the associational work around the primary tasks of extending help to the 
churches rather than offering "inspiration" through mass meetings; Your 
associational music committee under the direction of Morris Jordan, Director 
has attempted to give help through three approaches. 

1. Workshop. In February a woi'kshop for directors was held offering 
help in the selection of music, techniques of directing, and vocal tech- 
niques This was accomplished by the directors singing through music 
previously selected for its diversified appeal, under the workshop 
leader Morris Jordan. Approximately 25 persons representing 15 
churches attended. 

2. Communicating ideas, information, personal data, and other items of 
interest through a news letter. Three issues were mailed to all minis- 
ters of music and choir directors in the association. Ibis news letter 
was judged by many of those receiving it as very helpful. 

3. Festival Program. Not" only did the associational music committee 
publicize the Regional and State Festival program but, in addition at- 
tempted an Associational "First Timers Festival." This was not suc- 
cessful. Only one church entered and then dropped out. It was felt 
that with a little more individual contact and better timing this event 
in future years could be of significant value to smaller churches in oui 
association. 

Respectfully submitted 
Robert L. Decker, Acting 
Associational Music Director 



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PROGRAM FOR THE 117TH ANNUAL 

SESSION OF THE KINGS MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

TUESDAY EVENING: 

7:00 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer Rev. H. L. Threatt 

7:05 Organization 

Report on Order of Business 

Appointment of Committees 
7:15 Report of Constitutional Revision Committee 
7:20 Superintendent of Missions' Message ........,, Rev. C. O. Greene 

7:45 Hymn 

Welcome to New Pastors, Ministers of Music 

and Education, Recognition of Visitors, 

Announcements, and Miscellaneous Business 

8:00 "Crusade of the Americas" Rev, Woodrow Flynn 

8:35 Special Music (2 numbers) Youth Choir 

First Baptist Church, Shelby 

8:45 Inspirational Message Rev. Norman Brown 

9:10 Adjournment 

WEDNESDAY MORNING: 

9:00 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer Rev. J. Max Evington 

9:05 General Board Report 

9:20 Business and Announcements 

Report of Committee on Place and Preacher 
Report of Committee on Nominations 
Report of Committee on Enrollment 
9:35 Hymn 

9:40 Doctrinal Message Rev. Wilson Harmon 

10:05 Consideration of Report of Constitution Revision Committee 
10:15 State Convention Reports 
,N. C. Baptist Foundation 
Biblical Recorder 
N. C. Baptist Hospital 
Children's Homes 
Baptist Homes for the Aging 
Baptist Student Union 

11:15 Special Music (2 numbers) Gardner- Webb College Ensemble 

1 1 :25 World Mission Time . Dr. Carl Bates 

Pastor, First Baptist Church, Charlotte 
President, N. C. Baptist State Convention 
12:00 Adjournment 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON: 

1:00 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer Rev. W. C. McKinney, Jr. 

1:05 Christian Education Dr. James Ralph Scales 

President, Wake Forest University 

1:25 Miscellaneous Business 

1:35 Organizational Reports 

Sunday School Dr. Paul Johnson 

Training Union Rev. Dale Clark 

W. M. U Mrs. W. E. McSwain 

Brotherhood Mr. Paul Lancaster 

Music Mr. Bob Decker 

2:00 Report of Committee on Resolutions Rev. James Stamey 

2:10 Hymn 

2:15 Missionary Message Rev. Kenneth Gibson 

2:40 Election of Officers 

2:55 Memorials Rev. W. V. Tarlton 

3:05 Adjournment 1^ j 



PASTORS' CONFERENCE REPORT 

The Pastors' Conference of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association held 
its regular monthly meetings in the Second Baptist Church of Shelby. The 
meetings of the conference were held during the months of September through 
May. 

Program personalities during the year were: Dr. Wyan Washburn, Mr. 
Carl Poston, Mr. Carlos Young, Dr. Eugene Poston, and Mrs. Jane Jolley 
(R.N.) . The programs were both informative and inspirational. 

A period of fellowship followed the monthly meetings. These periods of 
fellowship were greatly enjoyed by all. 

Respectfully Submitted 
Russell Fitts, President 



ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

Response to the new program of family and retirement protection during 
the first quarter of 1967 indicates enthusiastic acceptance by ministers and 
denominational employees. During the first three months of 1967, more than 
1,000 persons joined some part of the three-plan program as compared with 
only 685 during the first quarter of 1966. 

The new Program, called the Southern Baptist Protection Program, pro- 
vides additional benefits for disability, new benefits for children, education 
of children and dependent parent. These extra benefits are in Plan "A". 

The new Protection Program incorporates the three plans into one cer- 
tificate, which formerly required separate certificates for each plan. The 
three plans are: Southern Baptist Protection Plan, which is now Plan "A"; 
Age Security Plan, now called Plan "B"; and Variable Benefit Plan, now 
Plan "C". 

Information on the new Protection Program may be obtained from the 
annuity secretary in our state or from the Development Division, Annuity 
Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 511 North Akard Building, Dallas, 
Texas 75201. 

Because of action taken by the trustees of the Annuity Board in Feb- 
ruary, each person receiving a guaranteed benefit from the Board was mailed' 
a "dividend" check. This year each check was for an amount equal to one- 
twelfth of the person's annual benefit. These checks were made possible be- 
cause of excess interest earnings. Approval was given to mail these dividend 
checks annually, providing the Board realizes an excess in interest earnings. 

In 1966, more than $4,256,244 was paid in age retirement, disability or 
widow benefits to persons who had participated in the Protection Program. 
The checks vary in amounts, depending on the length of service and the 
amount of dues paid into the Program by the member. 

The cost of living continues to climb. A retirement program based on 
$4,000 salary is no longer adequate to meet the needs of a minister when he 
retires. There seems to be no hope of a leveling off of the inflationary trends. 
Because of this, the new Protection Program was started so churches could 
help their pastors increase their retirement protection. Now a church may 
participate on the total salary of its pastor or other employees. Ten per cent 
dues on total salary are recommended as minimum. 

As of December 51, 1966, some 1,492 persons had joined Plan "A" of 
the Program. A total of 18,328 churches were providing the Protection Pro- 
gram for their ministers and staff members. (In our Association 47 churches 
out of a total of 70 participate in at least one of the plans.) Almost 12,60Q of 
these churches were paying both member and church dues. 

In many churches more than one person is in the Program. Each person 
is counted separately as in his church. As a result, the total number of 
churches is higher. Next year, the total number of churches is expected to be 
less. The reason is the Board is putting all its records on computer which 
will group together all members in one church. For example, if a church 
has two members, it will be counted as one church instead of two as is 
presently being done. 

There are 137 of the 176 agencies in the state conventions and the 
Southern Baptist Convention which have Protection Programs with the Board. 

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A total of 8,121 persons are protected in the agency programs. 

Rev. Guy Cain promotes the Protection Program in North CaroHna. He 
is jointly employed by the Annuity Board and North Carolina Baptist Con- 
vention. For information about any of the plans in the Protection Program 
contact Rev. Guy Cain, 301 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh, North CaroHna 27603, 
or write the Annuity Board, SBC, 511 North Akard Building, Dallas, Texas 
75201. 



GARDNER WEBB COLLEGE REPORT 

R. Patrick Spangler, Chairman, Board of Trustees 
E. Eugene Poston, President of the College 

The 61st year at Gardner- Webb College opened with the arrival August 
22, 1967, of the largest freshman class in the history of the school. A total 
enrollment of 1303 sets a new record. The faculty, the administration and 
the staff total 105. There are 39 additional employees that make up the 
maintenance and cafeteria forces. 

God has truly blessed Gardner-Webb College during the past year. The 
greatest blessings have been in the realm of the spiritual, intellectual, and 
social area. It would be impossible to list all of these. 

Three new buildings will be dedicated during the fall of 1967. These are: 
Mauney Hall, named in honor of the W. K. and D. C. Mauney families of 
Kings Mountain; Nanney Hall, named m honor of Mr. and Mrs. C, P. 
Nanney of Gastonia; and Myers Hall, named in honor of Mr. A. G. Myers, Sr. 
of Gastonia. These dormitories have enabled the college to serve over 200 
additional boarding students. 

Another forward step was made when the Boiling Springs Baptist Church 
decided to sell their property to the college. The new educational building 
formerly owned by the church has been converted to a classroom building and 
named the David Lindsay Building in honor of Mr, David Lindsay of Ruther- 
fordton. This move has enhanced the academic program. 

Two very ambitious programs were launched by the Trustees to pave 
the way to the four year status of Gardner- Webb. The first is a doctoral leave 
program—a maximum of five professors will be given leaves of absence to 
complete work for the Doctor's Degree. Financial support will be given to 
those professors with the agreement that they return to Gardner-Webb for 
at least five years. Three professors have already left for graduate study and 
others have applied for a leave during 1968. This program will assure that 
the college will have 30% of the faculty with doctor's degrees, a requirement 
for four year colleges. The second program is the upgrading of the library. 
The library budget has been tripled and a large challenge gift is being met. 
Mr. George Lewis, Director of Libraries at Mississippi State University, has 
been employed as Consultant to help the library meet the standards of the 
four year program. 

The trustees, the advisors, the administration, the faculty, and the staft 
are working diligently to get ready for the four year college status. The fact 
that Gardner-Webb College is surrounded by community colleges makes the 
need for a four year program imperative. 

Gardner- Webb College continues as a liberal arts college. There will be 
a limited number of majors offered as a senior college. The Associate in Arts 
program for Nursing Education, Data Processing and Computer Service, and 
Secretarial Science will be continued. These last three programs will continue 
to have a broad liberal arts foundation. 

The wives of the trustees, the advisors, the administration, and the faculty 
are developing a program of campus beautification. The campus layout of 
Gardner-Webb College offers an excellent opportunity to build a place of 
true beauty. 

The purpose of Gardner-Webb College is "to develop quality Christian 
students who will think for themselves and who will dedicate themselves to 
the Christian way of life in the vocation of their own choice." The entire 
Gardner-Webb family is proud to be a part of the Baptist State Convention 
of North Carolina. We believe that the Baptist distinctive will do much to 
meet the needs of the changing world. 

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During the past year the Endowment Funds increased $348,531 through 
bequests and savings. The plant assets increased $1,023,000. At the present 
time the Gardner-Webb College Endowment Fund is valued at approximately 
$1,849,878, including an irrevocable trust. The physical plant is valued at 
$4,997,433. As of July 31, 1967, Gardner- Webb College owed a debt of 
$475,000 to the First Union National Bank of Charlotte, North Carolina. This 
is being amortized at the rate of $5,000 per month, plus interest. Pledges are 
in hand to complete the payment of this debt. 



R. A. REPORT 

We have enjoyed another successful year. In the 1966-67 year new 
chapters were started at Second Baptist and Lily Memorial, Shelby. We had 
our first R. A. Basketbair League this year with six teams from our associa- 
tion and Sandy Run. Poplar Springs was the champion and Elizabeth won 
the Sportsmanship trophy. We had several new pastors to enter our associa- 
tion this year and all have endorsed our R.A. work. 

In baseball we had 650 boys enrolled on 29 teams. Poplar Springs won 
the Junior championship and Zoar and Westview the two Sportsmanship 
trophies. In the Intermediate league Pleasant Ridge won the championship 
and Sportsmanship trophy with the second Sportsmanship trophy going to 
Poplar Springs. 

We also played the Greenville, S. C, champions from Leawood Baptist 
Church and beat both their teams. 

To set a precedent we will have a basketball meeting the second Thurs- 
day in September each year. A list of all boys to play basketball must be 
be sent to the Basketball Commissioner along with the $4.00 entrance fee 
not later than Oct. 1, each year, and play will start about Nov. 1. 

In baseball the first meeting will be held each year on the last Friday 
in February. For 1968 this will be held at Eastside of Kings Mountain at 
7:00 P.M. The list of boys and their birth dates along with the $4.00 entrance 
fee must be filed with the league Secretary (Commissioner) not later than 
March 15. The first game will be scheduled for the first Saturday in April. 

For 1967, the Baseball and Basketball Commissioner was Fritz Morehead 
of Pleasant Ridge. The President of baseball was Alvin Bridges of Zoar. 

For 1968, the Basketball Commissioner will be Tom Walters of Elizabeth.' 
The Baseball President will be Bill Tessneer of Lily Memorial. The Secretary 
of Baseball will be the Rev. Ray Digh of Bethel. 

Our Conclave will be held yearly on the third Friday night of May. In 
1967, this was held at Elizabeth with the largest number of boys ever to 
attend, 420! 

Respectfully submitted 

Bill Philbeck, R. A. Leader 



BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

The Brotherhood of our Association continues to grow. The new concept 
in Brotherhood work — to teach Missions to all men, young men and boys — is 
progressing in a great way. 

The growth of the R.A. Program under the able leadership of Mr. Bill 
Philbeck is one of the highlights of the past year. The men of the Brother- 
hood joined with the R.A.'s in the annual R.A. Conclave held at Elizabeth 
in May. This meeting was well attended by both men and boys. 

Quarterly meetings of the Associational Brotherhood were held during 
the year. Attendance at these meetings continues to grow attesting to the 
concern of the men of our Association to the great challenge presented by the 
goals set forth in our Brotherhood Program. The Brotherhod Workshop held 
at Double Springs in August with over 100 men in attendance was surely 
the most successful meeting of the year. This workshop was conducted with 
the cooperation of State Brotherhood Leaders under the leadership of Rever- 
end Edwin Bullock, State Brotherhood Secretary. 

I wish to express my deep appreciation to Reverend C. O. Greene, our 
Associational Superintendent of Missions, for his guidance and leadership; 

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also to all of the Associational Brotherhood officers who have served during 
the past year with great zeal for the advancement of the Kingdom's work. 

The great challenge to teach missions to all men, young men and boys 
is greater than ever before. This challenge should be the concern of every 
man in every every church in our Association. 

SHALL WE ACCEPT IT? ' 

Paul A. Lancaster 
: Brotherhood Director - 



HOME MISSION REPORT 

The United States is the most influential nation in the world. It is the 
nation whose churches provide the major thrust for the spread of the gospel 
worldwide. Amazing advances in communication provide unparalleled oppor- 
tunities for sharing the gospel, but they also channel to the world information 
regarding our spiritual and moral weaknesses. In such a situation, every 
effort to Christianize the United States takes on global dimensions. At this 
point in human history home missions must be a major concern of Southern 
Baptists. 

A Missionary Force of over 2,100 assists Southern Baptists in their efforts 
to bring men to God through Jesus Christ in a period characterized by 
national and international tensions, inflationary economy, growing population, 
moral problems, and mounting social changes. This force was reinforced in 
1966 by the appointment of 427 missionaries, with 119 on career status. 

To cope with the changes the agency has continued to experiment with 
and to search for relevant methods in missions, such as those to be used in 
resort communities, industrial situations, juvenile delinquency, and high-rise 
apartments. Studies continued in transitional areas, with downtown churches 
and with ministries to ex-prisoners. 

Record support came during the year through the Cooperative Program 
($4.7 million) and the Annie Armstrong Offering ($4 million) . The goal for 
the Annie Armstrong Offering was reached for the first time since 1961. 

Some pressing needs remain unmet in missionary appointments: 70 
Spanish missionaries, 8 Italian, 18 Slavic, 14 Indian, 25 US-2, 25 other lan- 
guage groups, 9 couples and li single women for Baptist centers and weekday 
ministries, and 1 couple for migrant missions. 

Funds for disaster relief, which started with $50,000 in 1966, will reach 
$235,000 during 1967 with increased funds coming through the Advance 
Section of the Cooperative Program. 

Viet Nam military forces were served by one hundred of the 849 South- 
ern Baptist military chaplains serving on active duty. Strengthened efforts 
have also been made for ministries by chaplains with hospitals, institutions, 
and in industry, and with churches in meeting the needs of military personnel 
near them or from their membership who are away on active duty. 

Financial assistance went to 270 churches for loans totaling more than 
$4.5 million. The funds of the Church Loans Division now total more than 
$17.5 million, and the agency seeks new methods of guaranteed loans that 
will multiply these funds. 

The Northeast Crusade, concerted emphasis on missions for the ten- 
state northeastern area through 1970, was launched in 1966 with most of the 
agencies of the SBC participating, under the leadership of the Home Mission 
Board's Department of Pioneer Missions and the state conventions of Ohio 
and Maryland. This department also reported marked advance in work in all 
of the twenty-four states it serves. 

Change in attitude among Southern Baptists toward the race problem 
and cooperation with National Baptists are slowly beginning to emerge — 
more open discussion, more involvement, and a seeking after better relation- 
ships are reported by the Department of Work with National Baptists. 

The volunteers for special supporting missionary work swelled in number 
as 670 students from 212 colleges and four seminaries participated as student 
summer missionaries; twenty-four short-term volunteers were appointed for 
the Christian Service Corps; five were placed in pioneer areas as long-term 
volunteers, and a force of nearly fifty US-2 volunteers continue to serve, with 
approximately twenty-five being appointed each year for a two-year term. 

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SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS REPORT 

The Association seeks to assist the churches through: 

1. Associationai projects. Several could be mentioned but we share one 
which will be engaging our attention for the next three years "The Crusade 
of the Americas," an effort to reach North America for Christ. 1968 will be 
the year of preparation, 1969 the year of the Crusade, and 1970 the year for 
conserving results. 

2. Associationai Meetings. While not nearly so numerous as in the past 
there are a number of vital meetings conducted by the Association, A few 
are "M" Night, Action Night, Brotherhood Workshop, V.B S. Clinic, Seminary 
Extension Classes, Music Clinics, "Youth Night," Group Schools, etc. 

3. Persona! Assistance, A full staff of age group workers and superin- 
tendents stand ready to help any church at any time with any specific need. 
Please call on them. Mrs. Judy Dover, the office associate, Hugh Borders, 
clerk-treasurer, and I are anxious to be of assistance where needed. I have 
been in 49 churches in the last year, have been in the office 309 days, have 
spoken to some group every other day, and have attended more than 300 
meetings. In the months of March, April, May and June our office had 1495 
contacts. 

4. Distribution of Resources. We have resource material in books, 
pamphlets, tracts, filmstrips and tapes that are yours for the asking. Two 
filmstrip projectors, one sound movie projector, and a tape recorder are 
available. What we do not have we will try to help you find if you'll just call 
on us. 

Respectfully submitted 
C, O. Greene 
Superintendent of Missions 



TRAINING UNION REPORT 

This year has seen the introduction of the New Concept books in Train- 
ing Union. These manuals for Juniors, Intermediates, Young People, and 
Adults were taught in a central school, November 7-11, 1966. The primary 
emphasis of Training Union continues to be on Church Member Training 
with its teaching of Systematic Theology, Christian Ethics, Christian History, 
and Church Policy and Organization. The Sunday night program provides 
training for all church members to Worship, Witness, Learn and Minister 
daily. 

The new tasks of the Training Union, as outlined in the New Concept 
manuals, are New Member Orientation and Leadership Training, How im- 
portant it is to reach the new members of our churches for a dynamic life 
of service to Christ and His Church at the earliest moment of their Christian 
life. When we realize that out of every 100 Southern Baptists, 27 are non- 
resident church members and 23 are totally unenlisted in the church work 
with about 25 really under the load of service, it is obvious there is need of 
a better way to enlist new members in a worthy church relationship. Assist- 
ance in this can be obtained through use of New Member Orientation. Further- 
more, a manual called "Training Pptential Leaders" is available for training 
sessions for new church leaders. This includes material for 26 sessions. When 
we realize that 29 out of every 100 workers are annually replaced in our 
church organizations, it becomes vitally important that we have new leaders 
trained and ready to take their places. The Training Union also has the task 
of Specialized Leadership Training. This involves training our membership 
in specific tasks such as Sunday School Teaching and Committee Membership. 

"Mobilization Night" was held at the Gardner-Webb College Gymnasium 
with an attendance of approximately 500. A drama was presented by the 
youth of the First Baptist Church, Shelby. Rev. W. T. Roberson, missionary 
to Vietnam, brought a challenging and dynamic message. 

The Training Union Tournaments were held at the Sandy Plains Bap- 
tist Church, March 28. A total of 29 Juniors received recognition in Junior 
Memory Work. There were no participants in either Intermediate Sword 



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Drill or Young People's Better Speakers Contest, Surely, the leadership of the 
Training Unions of the churches will want to give special emphasis to this 
aspect of the work during the new year. 

Youth Night was held April 1, in the cafeteria of Gardner- Webb College. 
The inspirational speaker was Mr. Mike Fair, football star from South Caro- 
lina. A number of our churches were represented with an attendance of 276. 
Mr. R. L. Decker led in group singing and entertainment. 

Training Union is a must for our churches. The new concepts in Train- 
ing Union work should make it possbile for all of our churches to do 
a better job of training our church members during the coming years. 

Dale Clark 
Training Union Director. 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

God has blessed us this year in WMU work. The Executive Board has 
held its quarterly meetings with good reports of progress. 

In November, each board member was to write five (5) churches that 
have been added to their prayer list for the year. This was done. Also, Nov. 
2, was emphasized as "Day of Prayer" around the world. An associational 
wide night of prayer was held with Second Baptist Church, Shelby, with Rev. 
and Mrs. Charles Fenner, missionaries to Japan, speaking. 

In January, Mrs. W. T. Roberson taught our foreign mission book and 
invited any one in the association to attend. 

An associational leadership conference was held with Flint Hill, Jan. 24, 
Feb. 7, with sixty (60) ladies attending. In March a G. A. Tea was held 
with the First Baptist Church, Shelby. Mrs. Charlie Fenner was speaker. The 
Y. W. A. banquet was held with Elizabeth Baptist Church with 159 girls 
attending. 

On April 4, the seventy-third annual meeting was held with Bethlehem 
Baptist Church with 260 registered, 41 churches represented, with the theme: 
"Teach Me To Do Thy Will," Psalm 143:10a. Missionary speakers were Miss 
Gladys Farmer and Rev. P. A. Cline, 

Several board members attended Ridgecrest and the state meeting. 

Our Prayer Retreat was held Aug. 17, at Pleasant Grove, Mrs. James B. 
Sides, Prayer Chairman, presiding. 

The mission book, "Holy Spirit in Missions," was taught by the Rev. P. 
A. Cline, on Aug. 22, at Lattimore Baptist Church. 

Let us thank God for his blessings, and strive to work closer with Him 
and our colaborators. 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

Associational Sunday School workers helped provide the leadership for 
the Central Training School November 7-11, 1966, at Elizabeth Baptist Church. 
Classes were held for Sunday School, Training Union, and Music leadership 
from the various churches. 

On April 25, 1967, the annual associational Vacation Bible School Clinic 
was held at Second Baptist Church in Shelby with good attendance. On 
September 12, an associational Stewardship Conference, directed primarily 
toward Sunday School leaders, was held at Westview. This program featured 
stewarship testimonials, methods of promoting stewarship through our Sunday 
Schools, and information concerning what some churches have done in 
stewardship promotion. 

The associational superintendent and five other associational Sunday 
School workers attended some of the sessions during Sunday School Leader- 
ship Week at Ridgecrest August 4-5. The superintendent taught the book. 
The Sunday School at Work, 1967-68, during Sunday School Leadership Prep- 
aration Week at Westview September 18-22. Your associational Sunday School 

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workers are available upon request to assist you in the Sunday School pro- 
gram of your church. 

Paul B, Johnson 



BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

in this day of rapid change in almost every area of our lives, there are 
few places in which change has been more rapid than in the field of medi- 
cine. In the last twenty five years we have witnessed in medical care a trans- 
formation as dramatic as in almost any other area of life. 

This period parallels the period of development of our Baptist Medical 
Center in Winston-Salem. This began in 1941, when our Hospital and our 
Medical School were joined to form the first and only such Baptist combina- 
tion. Today it stands as one of the very finest medical centers of our country, 
reflecting the vast progress which has come in the field of medical care. All 
indications are that this progress will continue at an ever growing rate. 

It is a day of increasing specialization, with men and women highly train- 
ed and dedicated in their special fields of medicine. It is a day of expanding 
research in medicine, as in industry, agriculture and business. 

Many of the fruits of this work seem almost like modern miracles. There 
are new means of diagnosing our ills, such as the brain scan and the use of 
sound waves. New drugs are being developed almost daily for combatting 
disease, including antibiotics and new chemicals. There are new techniques 
in treating our ills, as in heart surgery, inhalation therapy, and replacing of 
organs of the body. There are new instruments to perform these miracles, 
as the cobalt machine, the heart-lung pump, the pacemaker for the heart, 
the laser beam in surgery. There are new facilities for better care of the 
patient, such as the intensive care unit and the progressive or minimal care 
unit. 

There has developed a new concept in medicine in recognizing the pa- 
tient as a person, and not just as a virus or a broken bone. He is now treated 
as a whole person, including his emotional and spiritual needs as well as 
his physical problems. Psychiatry has developed, spiritual therapy is an ini- 
portan factor, and pastoral care is a part of the total care of the sick. 

Such important progress necessarily means greatly increased cost in 
medical care. But the high cost is more than offset by service which give? 
us better health, more relief from suffering and handicaps, and added years 
to life. 

This is not the work of an institution alone — it is a cooperative enterprise. 
It is a ministry in which we as churches and individual Christians join hands 
with those who serve in our Medical Center. If this service is made available 
to all our people who need it, we of necessity have to provide much of the 
means, for there are many who cannot pay for it. This is a wonderful oppor- 
tunity when we by simply giving our money can share in so important a ser- 
vice to our brother in need — and even hear a "Well done," for "Inasmuch as 
ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done 
it unto me." 



FOREIGN MISSIONS REPORT 

Southern Baptist missionaries were under appointment to 65 countries or 
political entities on May 1, 1967. During 1966 a couple took up residence in 
Ivory Coast, and a couple was appointed to Morocco. Missionaries, appointed 
in early 1967, are awaiting permission to enter Ethiopia and Botswana. 

At the close of 1966, the Southern Baptist Foreign Mission Board had an 
overseas missionary staff of 2,208. This included 65 missionary associates, 7 
special project nurses, and 92 missionary journeymen. Appointment during 
the year totaled 207, Between January and May, 1967, 45 more were added. 

Even with the additional appointments, many missionary personnel needs 
still exist. Preachers and medical people continue to be most urgently re- 

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RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES^ 



Allen Memorial 


$ 


Mount Sinai 


$ 100.00 


Beaver Dam 


375.02 


Mulls Memorial 


84.00 


Bethany 


10.00 


New Bethel 


250.00 


Bethel 


208.00 


New Buffalo 


164.00 


Bethlehem 


468.00 


New Camp Creek 


15.00 


Boiling Springs 


800.00 


New Hope 


400.00 


Buffalo 


160.00 


New Prospect 


150.00 


Calvary 


591.72 


Normans Grove 


232.41 


Carpenter's Grove 


180.00 


North Brook 


150.00 


Casar 


115.00 


Oak Grove 


312.00 


Churchill Drive 


212.00 


Oak View 


50.00 


Community 


10.00 


Patterson Grove 


265.00 


David 


173.00 


Patterson Springs 


200.00 


Double Shoals 


205.50 


Peach Street 





Double Springs 


350.00 


Piedmont 





Dover 


600.00 


Plains View 


55.00 


Eastside (KM) 





Pleasant Grove 


337.92 


Eastside (Shelby) 


468.00 


Pleasant Hill 


380.00 


Elizabeth 


593.30 


Pleasant Ridge 


332.00 


Elliott Memorial 





Polkville 


50.00 


Emmanuel 


110.38 


Popular Springs 


500.00 


Faith 


100.00 


Putnam Memorial 


78.00 


Fallston 


150.00 


Ross Grove 


250.00 


Flint Hill 


208.00 


Sandy Plains 


240.00 


Grover. First 


467.99 


Shelby, First 


2000.00 


Highland 


112.00 


Shelby, Second 


342.50 


Kings Mountain 


250.00 


Temple 


120.00 


Kings Mountain, First 


500.00 


Union 


125.00 


Kings Mountain, Second 


308.16 


Victory 


30.00 


Lattimore 


300.00 


Waco 


300.00 


Lawndale 


300.00 


Wallace Grove 





Lily Memorial 


75.00 


Westover 


130.00 


Love Valley 


36.00 


Westview 


780.32 


Macedonia 


110.00 


Zion 


400.00 


Midview^ 


48.00 


Zoar 


200.00 



Total 



$17,618.22 



♦CHECKS RECEIVED AFTER SEPT. 29 CREDITED TO 
YEAR OF 1967-68 

Hugh L. Borders, Treasurer 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
TREASURER'S REPORT 

Receipts and Disbursements for the Year 
October 1, 1966 — September 30, 1967 

GENERAL FUND 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 1966 $ 4,012.08 

RECEIPTS 

General Mission Fund from Churches .$17,618.22 

Hoyle Memorial Payment on Property 1,858.14 

Refund for Tapes not Used 2.16 

Refund for Study Course Books 87.22 

Associational WMU refund on materials 112.58 

Refund for N. C. State Sales Tax 83.56 

Voided Check 5.28 

Refund on insurance Premium 14.00 

Total Receipts 19,781.16 

Total to be Accounted for $25,795.24 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Salaries 

Superintendent of Missions (salary and housing)... $ 7,500.00 

Clerk-Treasurer 750.00 

Secretary (gross) 5,512.50 

Total Salaries $11,562.50 

Promotional 

W. M. U $ 117.56 

Sunday School 154.65 

Training Union 101.77 • ■ 

Brotherhood and R. A " 252.02 

Audio-Visual Aids 12.14 

Music 17.94 

Office Expenses ($967.72 less 

$182.86 charged to departments) 784.86 

Office Telephone 210.61 

Total Promotional $ 1,651.55 

Special 

Expense Allowance (Supt. of Missions) $ 1,500.00 

Retirement and Insurance 477.42 

Convention and Conference Expense 500.00 

Utilities 117.55 

PICA, Federal and State Income Taxes ($762.00 

less $663.69 in taxes withheld) 98.51 

Christmas Gifts 200.00 

Printing of Minutes 1,461.75 

Office Rent 1,200.00 

Miscellaneous 156.20 

Total Special $ 5,491.01 

Transferred to Cleveland Savings & Loan Association. . 1,823.11 

Total Disbursements $20,527.95 

Balance on Hand, September 50, 1967 $ 5,265.29 



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SAVINGS FUND 

Balance, Cleveland Savings and Loan, October 1, 1966.. $11,418.74 

Transferred from General Fund to Cleveland Savings 

and Loan during the 1966-67 Associational year $ 1,823.11 

Transferred from Cleveland Savings and Loan to the 

First National Bank, Oct. 3, 1966 $10,000.00 

Dividends earned, Cleveland Savings and Loan 

to Oct. 3, 1967 $ 114.31 

Interest earned. First National Bank to Oct. 3, 1967 $ 500.00 

Transferred to the First National Bank, Oct. 3, 1967, 

from Cleveland Savings & Loan, (Balance of account) $ 3,356.16 

Balance, Saving Fund, Oct. 3, 1967, First National Bank 

Savings Certificate No. 4311 $13,856.16 

PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Octoberl, 1967 — September 30, 1968 

I. SALARIES: 

Supt. of Missions (Salary & Housing) $ 7,500.00 

Clerk - Treasurer 750.00 

Secretary 3,240.00 

Total $11,490.00 

II. PROMOTIONAL: 

Sunday School fir V. B. S $ 150.00 

Training Union 150.00 

Brotherhood 150.00 

R. A. (Postage - Conclave) 150.00 

Visual Aid & Equipment 75.00 

Church Music 50.00 

Evangelism 100.00 

Office Operating Expense 1,000.00 

Office Telephones 220.00 

Special Emphasis (Crusade of America) 200.00 

Speaker's Honorarium 200.00 

W. M. U 200.00 

Historical Commission 100.00 

Total $ 2,745.00 

III. SPECIAL 

Expense allowance (Supt. of Missions) $ 1,500.00 

Retirement Fund 490.00 

Convention & Conference (So. Bapt.; State, 

Evangelistic; Missionary) 500.00 

Utilities 150.00 

F.LC.A. (Social Security) 180.00 

Christmas Gifts 200.00 

Printing of Minutes 1,500.00 

Rent 1,200.00 

Miscellaneous , . 250.00 

Total $ 5,970.00 

Grand Total Budget $20.205.00 

WE RECOMMEND: 

(1) A Historical Commission Day Observance for churches. 

(2) Establish a Historical Commission account for the purpose of 
publishing an Associational History. 

(3) Each church give .10 per member, stipulated in gifts, to be 
placed in Special Fund. 

^- Respectfully submitted, 

Norman F. Brown, Chairman 
E. M. Smith 
Hubert Dixon 
Roland Leath 
Hugh Borders 

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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
HISTORICAL DATA 



Date 

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1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
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1942 
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1947 

1948 

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1954 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 



Place of Meeting 

Shelby First .... 
Kings Mtn. First . 
Double Shoals . . . 
Beaver Dam .... 
Boiling Springs . . 
Patterson Springs. 

Zion 

New Bethel 

Patterson Grove . 
New Prospect . . . 
Poplar Springs . , . 
Pleasant Grove . 
Bethlehem . . . . 
Sandy Plains .... 
Pleasant Hill . . 
Carpenter's Grove 

Elizabeth 

New Hope 

Shelby First and 
Double Springs . . 
Boiling Springs 
and Flint Hill ... 
Fallston and 

Waco 

Union and 
Patterson Grove . 
Ross Grove and 
New Bethel .... 
Casar and 
Shelby Dover, Night 
Shelby Second .... 
Beaver Dam, 
Shelby Calvary, 

Shelby Dover 

Double Springs, 
Gardner-Webb 
College, Night 
Double Shoals, 

Grover First 

Pleasant Hill, 
Temple, Kings Mtn., 
Poplar Springs . . . 
Lattimore, 
Bethany, 

Norman's Grove . . 
Shelby Calvary, 
New Buffalo, 

Shelby First 

Kings Mountain 

Second, 

Lawndale, 

Oak Grove 

Zion, 

Pleasant Ridge, 

New Prospect .... 

Sandy Plains, 

Polkville, 

Shelby Eastside 

Gardner-Webb 

College, 

Boiling Springs . . . 

Elizabeth 

Shelby, Second . . . 

Fallston, 

New Bethel 

P'easant Ridge. . . 

Zoar 

Kings Mtn., First . 
New Hope, Earl . . 

Waco 

Lawndale, Zion. . . 
Double Sorings . . . 
Shelby, First 



Intro. Sermon 

Rush Padgett . . 
G. P. Abernathy 
Zeno Wall ..... 
J. L. Jenkins . . . 

C. J. Black 

Wallace Hartsell 
L. L. Jessup . . , 

D. F. Putnam . , . 
T. J. Justice . . . 

Zeno Wall 

A. G Sargeant . 
W. G. Camp . . . 
C. V. Martin . . . 
J. L. Jenkins . . . 
W. A. Hoffman . 
W. A. Elam . . 
A. M. Kiser . . 
W. P. Biggerstaff 



D. F. Putnam 
W. A. Ayers 
Zeno Wall . . 
C. C. Crow . 
W. W. Harris 



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W. Costner 

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D. Boyd Cannon 
Jesse Blalock . . . 



J. N. Barnett 

. J. R. Cantrell 

, Homer O. Baker . 

Harlan Harris . . . 

, Burley S. Turner . 

. John E. Lawrence 

Oscar Funderburke 

. Harold House . . . . 
. T. W. Estes . . . . . 



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J. W. Costner 

J. W. Costner 

.Lawrence Roberts 
.Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 
.Lawrence Roberts 
.Lawrence Roberts 
Lawrence Roberts 



C. C. Crow Lawrence Roberts 



C. O. Greene Lawrence Roberts 



C. O. Greene Lawrence Roberts 



E. B. Hicks 



Rogers M. Smith . 
John E. Lawrence 
J. A. Bracey . . . . 
B. L. Kincaid . . . 
Leonard Thomas . 
Dr. A. B. Wood . . 
Coy Dellinger . . . 
Joseph T. McClain 
Norman Brown . . 



O. Funderburke . 



O. Funderburke 
O. Funderburke 
Horace Eo«om 
E. M. Smith 
E. M. Smith . . 
James Holder . 
James Holder . 
James Holder . 
C. A. Kirby, Jr. 



Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

Leroy Sisk 

Leroy Sisk 

Judv Blanton 

.Billy G. Washburn 
Hugh Borders 



See previous minutes for years 1851 - 1924. 



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quested. Also, there are calls for those trained in teaching (seminary), busi- 
ness, agriculture, radio and TV, journalism, and student work. 

The leading of people to new life in Jesus Christ is the ultimate purpose 
underlying all our missionary efforts. At the year's end there were 4,707 
churches (3,076) self-supporting), 6,542 mission points, and 3,904 national 
pastors related to our Southern Baptist work. These reported 51,680 baptisms, 
528,958 church members, and 604,487 enrolled in Sunday School. 

Total contributions of Southern Baptists for foreign missions amounted 
to $27,047,200 as 1966 closed (an increase of $2,063,276 over 1965.) The 
1966 Lottie Moon Christmas offering had reached a total of $13,760,146.80 by 
May 1, 1967. 

Still needs continue to be far beyond financial resources. Unfilled re- 
quests from the Missions for urgently needed land, equipment, and buildings 
amounted to several million dollars. 

Let us seek in the coming year to increase both our prayer and financial 
support of those who are giving their lives in sharing the gospel of our 
Lord Jesus Christ. 

Respectfully submitted 
Kenneth L, Gibson 



CHILDREN'S HOMES REPORT 

According to the records our churches gave last year, $13,189. This re- 
presents a per member gift of less than 52 cents. Certainly we ought to do 
better than this. 

Helping children and young people to grow and develop toward Chris- 
tian maturity is one of the greatest privileges in life. No task is more im- 
portant than helping a child grow into healthy, well-adjusted, responsible 
citizenship. At the Children's Homes we seek to provide the proper atmos- 
phere, encouragement and supervision to assure the development of inborn, 
God given talents of our children. 

This agency offers a variety of quality services to the children of families 
who have not been able to continue a satisfactory pattern of living together. 
A total of 33 cottages on five campuses provide group care of different kinds. 
There are two residences for emotionally disturbed children, convenient to a 
great medical center where psychiatric services are available. This fall, for 
the first time, a single cottage at Wallburg is being opened for the rehabilitation 
of boys. 

In addition to group houses, the needs of many children are met through 
the use of Foster Homes. A growing interest in this phase of our work is 
encouraging. Many families are finding happiness and opportunity for ser- 
vice in caring for foster children. Thus, many boys and girls, who otherwise 
would not have this opportunity, are privileged to grow up in Christian homes. 
Should you have an "exrta measure of love" to share in this way, the Homes 
would like to know of your interest. 

In June, 1967, the first of the new family living cottages was completed 
and is being used by brothers and sisters who can profit by sharing the same 
home. This building was provided by Mr. and Mrs. William M. York of 
Greensboro, and is named the York Cottage. It is a model for the family 
living approach in group child care. A similar cottage is already under con- 
struction at Mills Home and two buildings of this type are now being built 
on the Kennedy Home Campus. 

Members of the Board of Trustees and the Staff of the Children's Homes 
are committed to the task of maintaining a Christian Program of Child Care — 
a program that will merit the undivided support and loyalty of our people 
and that will bring favor to our Lord. To that' end it is our purpose to meet, 
as effectively as possible, the challenges of our day. 

Dr. A. B. Wood 

SEMINARY EXTENSION REPORT 

During 1967, many of the leaders of the churches of the association dis- 
covered the worth of continuing adult education through a Seminary Ex- 

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tension Course. Twenty of our pastors joined in preparing for January Bible 
Study by studying the book of Amos in the fall of the year under the direc- 
tion of Rev. Fred McGehee. Twenty-one of our pastors chose to study Chris- 
tian Ethics during the winter months, with Rev. Russell Fitts directing the 
work. Eleven of our church leaders gained a broader knowledge of the 
Bible through the studies of Old and New Testament led by Rev. Hugh 
Borders and Dr. Paul Johnson. 

Appreciation is expressed to Elizabeth Baptist Church for the use of their 
facilities for these classes. 

Respectfully submitted 

Fred McGehee 



EVANGELISM REPORT 

The State Conference on Evangelism reached new spiritual heights this 
past February and all attending came home with a determination to live a 
more dedicated life and to try harder at the task of Evangelism, However 
there is a lack of real and deep concern on the part of many for a spiritual 
revival, and this was evidenced by the presence of only one pastor at the all- 
night prayer meeting held during the conference. Kings Mountain Association 
was assigned thirty minutes of the time to pray, but most of those present 
felt no burden for this matter. 

We are majoring too much on "child evangelism" and pitching our efforts 
toward our Junior and Primary Departments, and ignoring the many, many 
adults around us that are out of Christ. One prime field for Evangelism that 
is being largely overlooked is within the membership of our churches. Each 
pastor needs to ask himself the question, "If I had to face God today and my 
faith and commitment was no greater than the majority of my church mem- 
bers, would I be secure? Is it a saving faith?" 

The "Crusade of the Americas" is a great challenge before us now. We 
cannot go to South America or Central America, but we can go to the lost 
in our own community and thereby make our personal contribution to the 
effort. Let us begin preparing now by training our members to win the lost, 
begin prayer groups to pray for the crusade, and dedicate ourselves anew to 
the study of the Word, and spend much time in prayer for fire in our own 
souls. The challenge is ours, and in the Name of the Lord let us meet it. 

Respectfully submitted 
Woodrow Flynn, Chairman 



BAPTIST MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY REPORT 

The Ministers' Wives Auxiliary to the Kings Mountain Baptist Association 
had a good year as they met each month in the homes of the members. Our 
programs were very informal. They were centered around the theme "IN 
EVERYTHING ENRICHED BY HIM." 

The members enjoyed two annual events this year. The Christmas Party 
was at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, with the husbands as special guests. Our 
May lunncheon which closed the meetings for the summer was held at the 
Governor's Inn. Both of these events were well attended. 

We are looking forward to our first meeting of 1967-68 season in Oc- 
tober. These meetings are on Thursday after the first Sunday, at 2:00 P.M. 

We would especially like to encourage all the Ministers' wives, who are 
new in our association, to attend these meetings. We hope to see all the 
"old" faces, and many new ones. 

Respectfully submitted 

Mrs. Norman Brown, President 



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COOPERATIVE REPORT 

We give "through" the Cooperative Program and not "to" it. The Coop- 
erative Program is a plan or method of "pooling" gifts from all our churches 
and channelling those gifts to all our missionary, educational, and benevolent 
causes. 

Last year North Carolina Baptists gave $5,787,311 through the Cooperative 
Program. Special offerings amounted to $2,897,639, making a grand total of 
$8,684,950 for all mission causes. 

A report for Convention headquarters noted that in two associations 
every church made a gift through the Cooperative Program last year. 

We trust and pray that all our churches in the Kings Mountain Associa- 
tion will give through the Cooperative Program this coming year. 

We recommend: 

1. That each church give some amount regularly through the Cooper- 
ative Program. 

2. That each church give special emphasis to prayer for the Cooperative 
Program during October. 

3. That in the coming year each church strive to increase by ten 
per cent the amount given through the Cooperative Program. 

Respectfully submitted 
Roland Leath 



BEAUTIFICATION REPORT 

I have had requests for information about tree problems on several 
church properties in the last year, and on each occasion I have tried to care- 
fully analyze and help in every way possible in the solution of same. 

The planting program has been executed at Gardner-Webb College along 
with suggestions for a continuation of this most important feature of the beau- 
tification of that lovely campus. Similar planting programs can be arranged 
for many of our fine churches. Few things will prove more lasting for coming 
generations than this type of program. 

Every one can have a part in making his church grounds more beautiful: 
flowers, shrubs, and the best monument ever — a nice healthy tree. The Lord 
will help in this venture and truly show his appreciation. 

May we count on you? 

H. C. Wilson 



NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE 
AGING REPORT 

Your North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging have been on the move 
during the past year. In fact, we will be ready to move into our new Home at 
Yanceyville in September and will be able to receive 30 more dear old people 
into the family of our homes. When the Yanceyville Home, our fifth, is occu- 
pied, we will have a total of 200 deserving older men and women in our care 
in all of the Homes. 

As you know, we now have four Homes and an Infirmary in operation: 
Resthaven and the Hayes Home in Winston-Salem, the Albermarle Home at 
Albermarle, the Hamilton Home at Hamilton. 

In these Homes you have an eternal investment and can rejoice in the 
loving care which you are making possible for our older people. The majority 
are financially needy persons, and are supplemented through the love gifts of 
North Carolina Baptists. Two sources of income from the churches are in- 
creasingly vital in the support of our residents — the Special Day Offering, re 
ceived on the 3rd Sunday of February each year, and our share in the Cooper- 
ative Program. 

The Special Day Offering for 1967 is at an all-time high and has increas- 
ed by 1% over last year. This is most commendable, but when we face the 
reality of costs, which have advanced 20%, and the maintenance of a new 

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Home and the care of 30 additional residents at Yanceyville, we could face a 
real crisis during the next year, unless the gifts from our Baptist people con- 
tinue to increase in proportion to our needs. 

We wish to thank all of our Baptist people across the State who are 
enabling us to minister to the aging in Christ's Name, and we want all of 
you to know that each of your 5 Homes exists for the people from all over 
our great State. We could not operate without your love, your prayers, your 
concern, and your financial support. 

In the midst of our joys have been our sorrows. Our oldest resident. Aunt 
Fannie Drumright, passed away in June, just short of her 106th birthday. She 
came to live with us at the age of 93, and the 13 years of her presence with 
us have been a shinnig example of the special significance of a Christian 
ministry to older people. The compassionate nursing care alone which this 
little lady received is reason enough to thank God for the people called Bap- 
tists, whose vision and concern for mankind have included the aging in 
answering the Master's call in the service of the Lord. 

Respectfully submitted 
Walter Davis 



LIBRARIAN'S REPORT 

The thirty-three librarians of our Association join me in giving our wit- 
ness to the blessings of a real library. 

Out of our Associational membership of 19,655 members 12,632 members 
have access to books that have been selected to provide the best that has 
been thought and said in the furtherance of the Kingdom of God. 

We trust in a short time the whole membership will have access to the 
ministry that will bless homes, save souls, channel lives in the right direction, 
spiritually and vocationally. 

Let us develop our minds, elevate our thoughts, broaden our world; 
but let us always remember the words of Daniel Webster. "The greatest 
thought I ever had was that of my individual responsibilty to God." 

Respectfully submitted ^ 

Mrs. Aubrey L. Calton _ 



ORDINATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Ordination Advistory Committee exists for the purpose of helping 
the churches of the association examine candidates for the gospel ministry. 
The committee when asked by the churches leads in questioning the candi- 
date concerning his conversion experience, his call to the ministry, his doc- 
trinal beliefs concerning the church, the Scriptures, Heaven, Hell, etc. The can- 
didate is given opportunity to express himself concerning missions and de- 
nominational views. There is a time in the meeting when pastoral ethics is 
discussed by the committee members and the candidate. 

The following men were questioned this year and recommended for 
ordination to their respective churches. 

Ralph Lail was ordained by Calvary Baptist Church and was called to 
Calvary Baptist Church of Gaffney, S. C. 

Michael Sepaugh was ordained by New Hope Baptist Church and was 
called to Kittrell Baptist Church, Henderson, N. C. 

Donald Keith Horn was ordained by Oak Grove Baptist Church and was 
called to Rehobboth Baptist Church, Maples, N. C. 

Mike Wilkinson was ordained by the Second Baptist Church, Shelby, and 
was called to Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Casar, N. C. 

Respectfully submitted 
Joel P. Jenkins, Chairman 



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AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY REPORT 

The American Bible Society shares the concern for worldwide missions 
which Southern Baptists are expressing in plans for the Crusade of the Ameri- 
cas and World Missions Year in 1969. The entire program of Bible Society 
work is founded on these basic missionary principles: 

People must have the Bible because it presents Jesus Christ, the one hope 
of men and nations. 

Each Person must have the Bible in his own language because it speaks 
to his heart as no other language can speak. 

The Bible is the essential tool of missions and evangelism. The mission- 
ary uses it in all his work. The Bible itself is a missionary. It can go where 
the human missionary cannot go. It can stay on after he must leave — and 
keep on speaking to a person's heart. 

But, there is a worldwide shortage of Bibles, because in most countries, 
people cannot afford even the cost of printing the Scriptures. 

The American Bible Society is a worldwide missionary organization. It 
is an active partner in Southern Baptist work. It helps missionaries translate 
the Bible. It publishes the Scriptures without note or comment and distributes 
them without profit, usually below cost, and often without any charge in cases 
of special need. For the Blind, it supplies Scriptures in Braille and other 
raised-letter systems. Talking Bible records and tape recordings.' 

A program of advance is being carried on by the American Bible Society 
in cooperation with 34 other national Bible Societies around the world. In 
1968 this program will enter its second phase with the theme, "God's Word 
for a New Age — the Book for New Readers." It's aim is to provide greatly 
increased quantities of Scriptures urgently needed for mission work. Long- 
goals are: 

A Bible in every Christian home 
A Testament in every Christian's hand 
A Scripture Portion for every reader 
Supplies of Scriptures for Christians to share 
During 1966 the American Bible Society — 

— rejoiced that some part of the Bible has been published in 1280 languages; 
the full Bible in 240, a Testament in 301 more, A Gospel or other complete 
book in 739 more — but still counted over 1000 more languages in which 
not one book of the Bible has yet been published. 
— gave more than 500,000 Scripture volumes for distribution by Chaplains to 
our Armed Forces and Veterans' Hospitals, as a vital link between the 
home churches and men in service. 
— produced, in several languages. Scriptures in everyday speech, printed in 
attractive forms. Outstanding among these is "Good News for Modern 
Man", the Today's English Version New Testament, translated by the So- 
ciety's translation department. Published September 15, 1966, at least 5 
million copies are expected to be distributed by the close of 1967. 
— set new records by distributing 39,981,620 scripture volumes in the U.S.A. 
and a total of 61,815,238 volumes, in over 400 languages, in some 150 coun- 
tries around the world — and continued to increase translation, publication 
and distribution to meet urgent needs. 
Because the Bible Society serves mission work — and Southern Baptist 
missionaries depend on the Society for Scriptures they need for their people — 
Southern Baptists believe in the missionary importance of giving to the Am- 
erican Bible Society. 

In 1966 Southern Baptist churches gave $233,896 to the American Bible 
Society and ranked first among all denominations. Gifts from all churches in 
the U. S. A. totaled $1,472,307. 

Although Southern Baptist churches lead in total gifts, the per capita 
is less than IVi cents per year — and less than the per capita gift from several 
other major denominations. 

Please send gifts to your Baptist state office marked "for the American 
Bible Society." 

Respectfully submitted 
Rev. T. W. Bray 



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1967 REPORT OF THE BIBLICAL RECORDER REPORT 

Does your church have a definite plan for getting information on the 
Baptist world wide mission effort to your church members? Is there any 
definite plan to acquaint the membership with Baptist doctrine and policy? 
Do your members have any way of knowing what other churches are doing 
and what is being done through cooperative efforts? Is there any systematic 
plan for placing good Christian literature in the homes? Do your deacons 
help shape the policies of your church? Is there a planned way to get accur- 
ate information and helpful suggestions to your church leaders? 

The simplest and most economical way to get all this information into 
the homes of your members is through the BIBLICAL RECORDER. Under 
the Church Budget Plan, this can be done for only 4c a week. 

Consider just one thing the RECORDER did this year: In reporting ac- 
curately and courageously the doings of the General Assembly in Raleigh, 
the RECORDER performed a significant service for Baptists, as well as other 
denominations. A number of daily newspapers, including the Charlotte Ob- 
server, credited the RECORDER with being a major factor in the defeat of 
a liquor by the drink bill. But we cannot sit back and relax. Supporters of 
liquor by the drink have warned that they will be back to push their cause 
in the 1969 General Assembly. The RECORDER will be there to keep you 
posted and to urge you to act. 

As another example of service to its readers, the RECORDER is continu- 
ing to run both Sunday school lessons — the Uniform Lessons and the Life 
and Work Curriculum Lessons. Outstanding writers have been secured to do 
these lessons. 

In addition to the weekly ministry in nearly 89,000 homes, the RECORD- 
ER editor now writes a weekly religious newscast which is heard on more 
than 75 stations throughout the state. The Radio-Television Commission pro- 
duces and distributes the program. This is another opportunity to spread the 
good news of the Gospel. 

Nothing else can take the place of the BIBLICAL RECORDER in Bap- 
tist life. If you doubt this, try it in your church. 

Respectfully submitted 
J. Marse Grant, Editor 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION REPORT 

The year 1967 will be remembered as a year of tragedy with our leader- 
ship. For some months our Chairman, Dr. I. G. Greer, has been critically 
ill at his home in Chapel Hill, Some two weeks ago Executive Secretary, C. 
Gordon Maddrey, was stricken with a series of heart attacks and has remained 
in critical condition in Rex Hospital. 

If Mr. Maddrey were able to prepare this report, he would thrill us 
with the many interesting and challenging developments up to the time of his 
illness two weeks ago. This has been the most fruitful year in the work of 
the Foundation with many new commitments and marked progress in develop- 
ing some of the projects of large standing. This is especially true of the new 
Home for the Aging in Yanceyville which you will hear much more about in 
the report on the Homes for the Aging. Certainly this will continue to consti- 
tute a great challenge to our people who can find in the Baptist Foundation 
their finest opportunity for investing in Kingdom Enterprises. 



DEPARTMENT OF INTERRACIAL COOPERATION REPORT 

"I can never really begin to tell all that this summer has meant to, for 
how do you communicate the joy you feel when you realize that you had a 
part in winning 41 boys and girls to Christ? And how do you explain what 
it means when you find you love as brothers in Christ people you had always 
feared? Words fail me, but I will say this, I would not exchange this summer 
for anything in the world." 



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This is the final paragraph of a letter written by one of the first two 
white college students who have served for a summer in the Department of 
Interracial Cooperation. But the summer of 1967 also held other successful 
efforts such as 42 Vacation Bible Schools enrolling over 3,600 boys and girls. 
In the Asheville area there were seven standard schools held in our General 
Baptist churches. 

Another new undertaking for 1967 was a series of four Human Relations 
Conferences held in May at Wilmington, Fayetteville, Rocky Mount, and 
Statesville. The enrollment and participation were encouraging. 

Also, in May we regretted to receive the resignation of the Reverend 
James Barber, a teacher-Missionary in hayetteville. Mr, Barber accepted the 
pastorate of two churches in Chadbourn and Whiteville. 

The Department supported efforts to begin an annual week of interracial 
fellowship and Christian study in August at Chowan College. It, too, proved 
successful and will be repeated next year. A similar work of fellowship at 
Mars Hill College in July had the usual good results. 

Again this year a goodly number of the General Baptist State Convention 
participated in the summer camps and assemblies operated by the Baptist 
State Convention. It is hoped that these facilities will be used increasingly in 
the future. 

The Convention year reached a climax in August as the General Baptist 
State Convention held its centennial celebration and voted unanimously to 
enter the Crusade of Americas. The vote included the acceptance of an invita- 
tion for the two conventions to jointly plan and sponsor a conference on 
evangelism to be held in Greensboro in 1969. 

The year has been most encouraging but concludes with much work yet 
to be done. It is our prayer that the dedicated Christians in our Baptist 
churches throughout North Carolina will continue to work tirelessly for the 
time when all of God's people might sit down together and plan and work 
to fulfill the purpose of God in the world. 

Corbin L. Cooper Secretary 



VISUAL AIDS REPORT 

Many of our churches are making use of visual aids in the educational 
programs of the various organizations. Some of our churches in recent years 
have entered the "Church Audio Visual Education" or CAVE plan with Broad- 
man Films, Baptist Sunday School Board, 127 Ninth Avenue, North, Nash- 
villee, Tennessee 37203. 

Broadman Films still offer films to churches at a reduced rate. However, 
they no longer sell the equipment. It must be acquired through the local deal- 
ers. Another service from Broadman Films is the very useful annual "Audio- 
visual Education Guide" which suggest films and filmstrips each month that 
aid in the various organizational programs. 

Moreover, there are hundreds of filmstrips and many films and record- 
ings available, rent free, to our churches from Department of Program Ser- 
vices of the Baptist State Convention, 301 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh, North 
Carolina. 

From our Baptist Center, Box 24. Shelby, North Carolina, our churches 
have access to use, free of charge, many filmstrips, two filmstrips projectors, 
one Bell & Howell movie projector, screen and tape recorder. All of these 
are available by appointment at the Superintendent of Missions' Offices. 

Respectfully submitted 
' J. Edgar Bishop 



TRUSTEE'S REPORT 

On behalf of the Trustees, we would like to report that during the past 
Associational year no business was transacted by the Board of Trustees, 
and we therefore have nothing to report. 

J, A, West, Chairman 

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GENERAL BOARD REPORT 

In its quarterly meetings held in October, 1966, January, April and July, 
1967, your General Board received regular reports from the committees and 
organizations, and filled several vacancies that occurred among the associa- 
tional officers during the year. In addition to these routine matters major 
items of business transacter by the General Board during this associational 
year include: 

(1) Planned a Simultaneous Revival for our association: April 6-20, 1969. 

(2) Drafted a letter opposing any liberalization of the present ABC 
liquor laws. A copy of this letter was sent to all local members of 
the state legislature, 

(3) Moved its designated meeting place from the First Baptist Church, 
Shelby, to the Second Baptist Church, Shelby, to relieve the park- 
ing problem. 

(4) Named a committee to work with Gardner-Webb College officials 
in preparing a resolution to the Council of Christian Higher Educa- 
tion and the Baptist State Convention favoring the making of 
Gardner-Webb a four-year college. Members of that committee 
were: Lloyd Bost, chairman, Mrs. Charles Alexander, Rev. James 
Stamey, Rev. E. M. Smith, and Rev C. A. Kirby, Jr. 

(5) Sponsored a project to aid the Hopewell Baptist Church in its build- 
ing program. While a few individuals, churches, and local church 
groups did send checks and cash to the associational treasurer, the 
Rev. E. S. Elliott and Mr. Clarence S. Mull received all such funds, 
and applied the total against a note owed by the Hopewell Baptist 
Church to the First National Bank. The total of these funds were 
$1,102.47. 

(6) Granted a "letter of dismissal" from this association to the North 
Brook Baptist Church to unite with the South Fork Baptist As- 
sociation. 

(7) Welcomed Mrs. Judy Dover as our new secretary at the Baptist 
Center. Mrs. Odessa B. Crisp resigned as of July 31, to end five 
years of faithful services to the association. She was presented a 
a check for $50.00 in appreciation for fier services. 

(8) Accepted the resignation of the Rev. Billy G. Washburn as Clerk- 
Treasurer, effective June 30, 1967. Rev. Hugh L. Borders assumed 
the duties of Clerk-Treasurer on July 1, 1967. 

Respectfully submitted 
Hugh L. Borders, Clerk 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Minutes of the Seventy-Third Annual Session 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 4, 1967 

The 73rd Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union of the Kings Moun- 
tain Association convened at 4 P. M. in Bethlehem Baptist Church April 4, 
1967. Music was under the direction of Mr. Bill McDaniel with Mrs. Jack 
Lail, organist. 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain, President called the meeting to order. "Teach Me 
To Do Thy Will . . ." (Psalm 143 - 10 a) was chosen as the theme of the 
session. 

Mrs. Charles Spearman, President of W.M.U. of Bethlehem Baptist 
Church, extended a welcome to all. 

Mr. McDaniel led the congregation in singing a hymn. 

Mrs. Dale E. Clark of Sandy Plains Baptist Church gave our theme inter- 
pretation, "Teach Me To Do Thy Will." She said in part that Christ calls 
and commissions us to give our best. If we take seriously the challenge to 
do the will of God and to seek his Kingdom, we soon discover that the cost 
will be considerably more than most of us had thought. The kinship to Jesus 
is based on doing the will of God. She closed by reminding us of our respons- 
ibility and challenged us to respond, and stated further that he gives us free 
will and a continuance of His call. 

The hymn, "At Calvary" was sung. 

Mr. James Horn, U. S. Probation Officer, spoke on, "Teach Me Thy Will 
To My Fellow Man." He stated that there were problems of youthful misbe- 
havior every day, and that the family structure has been torn from a firm 
anchorage. Young people are the ones who feel the many changes, and become 
confused along with their parents. He said a juvenile delinquent is a person 
who has not reached his 18th birthday. He strongly advocated parents setting 
right examples in the home, and practicing more discipline, or there is real 
danger of children becoming delinquent. He strongly advocated visitation 
from the churches. 

Mr. Tom Moore, Director of Safety Dept., Carolina Freight Co., Cherry- 
ville, N. C, continued the theme emphasis by speaking "In Traffic Safety." 
He gave figures of accidents and pointed out the need of education along 
this line. 

In a period of meditation Mrs. S. C. Harrill, led the group in responsive 
reading, "God Needs Women." 

During the business session Mrs. McSwain recognized the pastors and 
other visitors. 

Mrs. J. B. Price presented the budget and moved its adoption. This 
motion was seconded and passed. 

Mrs. David Beam, Chairman of the Place Committee, extended an in- 
vitation from the New Bethel Baptist Church for the 1968 session. 

Mrs. Harold Causby, Chairman of the Nominating Committee presented 
the officers and committees for the succeeding year ,and moved that they be 
elected. This motion was duly seconded and passed. The congregation stood 
as Mr. Allen Jolley sang, "The Lord's Prayer," as a prayer of dedication. 

Rev. E. S. Elliott brought to our attention the needs of Hopewell Baptist 
Church (Negro). 

"Together In Prayer" was led by Mrs. James Sides, as we remembered 
the missionaries who had birthdays on this day. This period of prayer closed 
the afternoon session and the blessing for the meal which followed was also 
given by Mrs. Sides. 

TUESDAY NIGHT SESSION 

The night session was opened with special music by the Gardner-Webb 
Ensemble under the direction of Jerry R. Hill. 

Featured at this session were the Y.W.A's under the direction of Mrs. 
Kenneth Howell of Bethel Baptist Church, Associational Y.W.A. Director. 

A pantomime was presented by the Y.W.A. The hymn, "O Zion Haste," 
with seven girls from Flint Hill Baptist Church participating. Mrs. Allen 
Dixon of the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church was soloist. 

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"Teach Me To Do Thy Will," was presented with the following speaking: 
Chris Dedmon of Ross Grove Baptist Church, outlined a pattern of behavior 
for young people to do the will of God, "In School." Jackie Bridges of the 
Poplar Springs Baptist Church gave helpful suggestions for patterns of be- 
havior, "At Home." Linda Hunt of the Bethel Baptist Church gave a descrip- 
tion of doing God's Will,, "In Social Life." 

Special music was presented by a sextet from First Baptist Church, Shelby 

Rev. R. L. McGaha introduced Miss Gladys Farmer, Director Baptist 
Good Will Center, Columbia, S. C. 

Miss Farmer showed slides and gave a vivid account of the work she was 
doing at the Good Will Center in Columbia, and the help that was being given 
the under privileged and slum areas in spiritual, educational, and material 
ways. We were greatly enlightened of the needs so near us and challenged to 
do more for those who need our help so badly. 

Mr. McDaniel led the congregation in singing, "I Am Thine O Lord." 

Mr. James Petty, Director Cleveland Unit of Gaston College spoke on 
"Opportunity To Learn." He told us that 670 are enrolled in Adult Educa- 
tion Classes and that success depends on having a foundation. He pointed 
out that we are responsible to God, family, country and job. 

Mrs. James Stamey of Elizabeth Baptist Church sang, "Teach Me Oh Lord 
I Pray." 

Rev. P. A. Cline of Gardner-Webb College, brought the closing message 
of the session, using Col. 1:9 as his text and the subject "Teaching Thy Will." 
Rev. Cline said that we must want God's knowledge rather than our plans. He 
stated that God moves in mysterious ways and we must try to acquire His 
will by our conscience, common sense, Scriptures and direct communion with 
God. He admonished us to be obedient, trusting, helpful, kind, earnest, strong, 
worthy and courageous. He closed by saying, "If we are in the will of God, 
no fear need come. 

Mrs. Everett Spurling, Chairman of the Resolutions Committee expressed 
the thanks of the group for the hospitality, the meal and the churches that 
were involved in its preparation, fellowship, music, leaders, and message. 

To close the 73rd session of the W.M.U. Annual Meeting Mrs. Allen 
Eakle and Mrs. James Sides read responsively "God Is Saying Something 
To Me," as a meditation. 

In an atmosphere of renewed dedication another session of the Associa- 
tional W.M.U. closed with a better understanding of "Being In The Will 
Of God." 

Respectfully submitted 
Mrs. W. E. McSwain, President 
' Mrs. J. B. Price, Secretary 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION W.M.U. — 
TREASURER'S REPORT 

OCTOBER 1, 1966 — SEPTEMBER 30, 1967 
STATEMENT NO. 1 

RECEIPTS: 

October 1 , 1966— Bank Balance $ 250.16 

October 1, 1966~March 31, 1967, CONTRIBUTIONS: 

Allen Memorial $ 6.50 Macedonia 8.00 

Bethel 23.50 Mt. Sinai 7.00 

Bethlehem 21.50 New Bethel 15.00 

Bethany 6.00 New Hope 20.00 

Boiling Springs 67.00 New Prospect 15.00 

Casar 6.00 Norman's Grove 5.00 

Calvary 7.00 Oak Grove 13.00 

Churchill Drive 11.00 Patterson Springs 8.50 

David 5.50 Pleasant Grove 23.00 

Dover 25.00 Pleasant Hill 10.50 

Double Shoals 22.50 Polkville 15.00 

Double Springs 20.50 Putnam Memorial 9.00 

Eastside, Shelby 20.00 Ross Grove 24.50 

Elizabeth 55.50 Sandy Plains 13.00 

Emmanuel 6.50 Shelby First 163.50 

Fallston 25.00 Shelby Second 10.00 

Flint Hill 13.00 Stubbs Buffalo 7.00 

Grover First 21.00 Union 12.00 

Kings Mountain Baptist 37.00 Waco 15.00 

Lattimore 19.50 Westview 21,00 

Lawndale 14.00 Zion 30.00 

Lily 4.00 Zoar 10.50 

Total amount from churches $ 893.00 

Received on Student Loans 286.75 

Collected from sale of Leadership Books 10.09 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $1,440.00 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

October 1, 1966 - March 31, 1967 

W.M.U. Poster Presentation at Kings Mtn. Baptist Association $ 10.72 
Kings Mtn, Baptist Association, Supplies & Mimeographing . . 74.70 

' Day of Prayer: Mrs. Charles Fenner $ 15.00 

Refreshments 44.35 

59.35 
Mailing free materials to presidents — 

Postage and envelopes 20.19 

Y.W.A.: — Mission Study Supplies $ 4.42 

Banquet 253.42 

Y.W.A. Convention, registration 

for four 2.00 

259.84 

G.A.: — Refreshments for G.A. Tea $ 9.40 

Mrs. Charles Fenner 10.00 

G.A, Leadership Supplies 6.74 

26,14 



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Leadership Class at Flint Hill Church: 

Books and Certificates 48.91 

Treasurer: Stamped envelopes and typing paper 3.35 

President: Travel — 262 mi. @ 7c $ 18.34 

Telephone Calls, Envelopes, Stamps 4.40 

22.74 
Advance Expense for President and Board to 

State Meeting 50.00 

Programs printed for annual meeting to be held 

in April (Billed in March) 43.26 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS .$619.20 



STATEMENT NO. 2 

RECEIPTS: 

March 31, 1967 — BANK BALANCE $820.80 

April - September 30, 1967 — From Churches: 

New Bethel $15.00 

Patterson Grove . 8.00 
Zoar 10.00 

33.00 

Student Loan 48.73 

From Kings Mtn. Baptist Association, 

Materials sold W.M.U 1.75 

From Baptist Book Store, Credit for 

Books returned 6.44 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $910.72 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

March 31 - September 30, 1967 — 

W.M.U. Annual meeting (Kings Mtn. Association W.M.U.) 

Name Tags $ 7.88 

Materials for Y.Y.A, program presentation 15.59 

Speakers - Honorarium and Travel Expense ..... 71.10 

Gardner-Webb Ensemble 50.00 

Painting W.M.U. Emblem 15.00 

Flowers 10.30 



$169.87 
Mrs. W. E. McSwain — Balance of Expense to State Meeting . .$20.00 
Additional Expense G.A. Tea - Refreshments, Materials, etc. . . . 25.84 

For Treasurer — Stamped envelopes 2.45 

Mission Study Aids (Mrs. Allan Eakle) 52 

Registration and Mileage Ridgecrest 40.00 

State Leadership Conference, Morganton 

Lodging and three meals for president and 

ten other board members $86.18 

Advanced incidental expense money for 
purchasing working materials 
for the eleven conference leaders 55.00 

$141.18 



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Year Books and Teacher Helps and Manuals $11.68 

For Secretary — Postage and Stationery 1 .65 

Honorarium for Mrs. Fred Crisp 12.31 

Mr. P. A. Cli.ne — Teaching "The Holy Spirit in Missions" 15.00 

Program materials for Prayer Retreat 6.18 

Mrs, W. E. McSwain — Travel 5.61 

Treasurer — Sixty One Postal Cards to write Presidents 2.44 

Kings Mtn. Baptist Association: Supplies and Mimeographing ... 17.88 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $472.61 



SEPTEMBER, 1967, BANK BALANCE $438.1 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Carl L. Hamrick, Treasurer 



BY-LAWS FOR ASSOCIATIONAL W.M.U. 

ARTICLE 1: NAME. The name of this org^anization shall be Woman's 
Missionary Union, Auxiliary to the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE II: OBJECT: The object shall be to promote Christian mis- 
sions through the organizations of Woman^s Missionary Union in the 
churches and missions of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE III: RELATIONSHIPS. 

Section 1. Woman's Missionary Union, Auxiliary to Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association, shall be the liaison organization between church 
organizations and the N. C. Woman's Missionary Union. 
Section 2. This associational Union shall recognize the autonomy of 
:hurch organizations as provided in the Baptist democratic process of 
operation' 

Section 3. Church organizations shall be recognized as units through 
which the object of this Woman's Missionary Union is accomplished, 
each responsible for its own program, and contributing to the work of 

the association. 

Section 4. This associational Union shall be guided in its plan of work 
by the associational aims for Advancement. 

ARTICLE IV: MEMBERS. The members of Woman's Missionary Un- 
ion organizations in the churches and missions of the Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association shall constitute the membership. 
ARTICLE V: OFFICERS. 

Section 1. The officers shall be a President, Vice-President, Recording 
Secretary, Treasurer, YWA Director, GA Director, Sunbeam Band Di- 
rector, and others as needed. These officers shall be elected annually 
in a meeting of the associational WMU and shall hold office for one 
year or until their successors are elected. The tenure of office shall be 
5 consecutive years. 

Section 2. These officers shall perform the duties set out for them in 
these By-Laws and the leaflet, ''The Associational WMU." 
ARTICLE VI: NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS. 
Section 1. The nominating committee composed of 5 women shall be 
nominated by the Nominating Committee, and elected by the associa- 
tional WMU to serve for one year. 

Section 2. The nominating committee shall nominate officers and pro- 
motional directors. Other nominations may be made from the floor. 
Section 3. The nominating committee, in event of a vacancy, shall 
present a nominee for the unexpired term for election by the associa- 
tional WMU (or the Executive Committee). 
ARTICLE VII: MEETINGS. 

Section 1. Day and/or night Associational WMU meetings (including 
business women) shall be held annually. 

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Section 2. Other meetings shall be held as authorized by the Executive 
Committee. 

ARTICLE VIII: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers, 
promotional directors and any others desired. 

Section 2. The Executive Committee shall schedule the regular meet- 
ings of the organizations, plan the program of activities, hear reports 
and check progress on the Aims for Advancement. 

Section 3. Regular meetings of the Executive Committee shall be held 
quarterly. 

ARTICLE IX: PROMOTIONAL DIRECTORS. 

Section 1. There shall be directors of mission study, prayer, communi- 
ty missions, stewardship, and others as needed. 

Section 2. These directors shall furnish information for corresponding 
local chairmen, hold conferences, and carry out other plans as authorized 
by the Executive Committee. 
ARTICLE X: COMMITTEES. 

Section 1. There shall be committees standing or special as needed. 
Section 2. Committees, except those otherwise provided for, shall be 
appointed by the president. 

Section 3. The president shall be ex-officio member of all committees 
except the nominating committee. 

Section 4. The duties of these committees are such as are set forth 
in these By-Laws and the leaflet, "The Associational WMU." 
ARTICLE XI: FINANCES. 

Section 1. The associational WMU shall adopt an annual budget, funds 
to be provided by WMU organizations in the Association. 
Section 2. These funds will be on 50 cent per W.M.S. member basis, 
and are to be sent to the Associational Treasurer by December 1. 
ARTICLE XII: PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY. The rules con- 
tained in Robert's RULES OF ORDER, REVISED or the Parliamentary 
section in the WMU Year Book shall govern the Union in all cases to 
which they are applicable. 

ARTICLE XIII: AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAWS. These by-laws may 
be amended at any regular meeting of the associational WMU provided 
the amendment has been submitted in writing at a previous meeting. 



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ASSOCIATIONAL BROTHERHOOD PRESIDENT: 

PAUL LANCASTER 

Box 709 

Kings Mountain, N. C. 28086 

Presidents or Directors of Men's Brotherhoods and 
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CHURCH GROUPS IN THE 
KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 



LATTIMORE GROUP: 
Beaver Dam 
Boiling Springs 
Double Springs 

POLKVILLE GROUP: 

Carpenter's Grove 
Casar 

Community 
Double Shoals 
Fallston 

SHELBY GROUP: 

Bethel 

Calvary 

Dover 

Eastside 

Highland 

KINGS MOUNTAIN GROUP: 

David Kings Mountain, 2nd 

Eastside (KM) Macedonia 

Faith New Camp Creek 

Kings Mountain Oak Grove 

Kings Mountain, First Oak View 

GROVER GROUP: 

Allen Memorial Love Valley 

Bethany Midview 

Bethlehem New Buffalo 

Grover First New Hope 

WACO GROUP: 
Buffalo 
Elizabeth 
Emmanuel 



Flint Hill 
Lattimore 
Mount Sinai 



Lawndale 
New Bethel 
Norman's Grove 
Plains View 



Churchill Drive 
Shelby, First 
Shelby, Second 
Peach Street 
Putnam Memorial 



Pleasant Ridge 
Poplar Springs 
Sandy Plains 



Polkville 

Union 

Zion 

Elliott Memorial 



Mull's Memorial 
New Prospect 
Pleasant Grove 



Zoar 

Lily 

Westover 



Patterson Grove 
Piedmont 
Temple 
Westover 



Patterson Springs 
Pleasant Hill 
Victory 



Ross Grove 
Wallace Grove 
Waco 



ZIP CODES FOR OUR AREA 



Atlanta, Ga 30303 

Bessemer City 28016 

Birmingham, Ala 35203 

Blacksburg, S. C. 29702 

Boiling Springs 28017 

Casar 28020 

Cherryville 28021 

Dallas, Texas 75201 

Earl 28038 

Ellenboro 28040 

Fallston 28042 

Fort Worth, Texas 761 16 

Gaffney, S. C 29340 

Gastonia 28052 

Grover 28073 



Kings Creek, S. C 29719 

Kings Mountain 28086 

Lattimore 28089 

Lawndale 28090 

Lincolnton 28092 

Memphis, Tenn 38104 

Mooresboro 28114 

Nashville, Tenn 37219 

Polkville 28136 

Raleigh 27603 

Richmond, Va 23230 

Shelby 28150 

Vale 28168 

Waco 28169 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



le Hundred Eighteenth 
Annual Session 




October 22-23, 1968 



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KINGS 
MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST 
ASSOCIATION 

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Cleveland County 

North Carolina 



One Hundred Eighteenth Annual Session 

Held With 

DAVID BAPTIST CHURCH 
PATTERSON GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Tuesday, Wednesday, October 22 - 23, 1968 

Next Session With 

BETHELEM BAPTIST CHURCH, OCTOBER 21, 1969 
PATTERSON SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH, OCTOBER 22, 1969 

Inspirational Sermon Rev. William Yeaman 

Doctrinal Sermon Rev. Dale Clark 

Missionary Sermon Rev. Darrell Coble 




David Baptist Church was organized Oct. 9, 1938. Rev. D. F. Putnam was the first 
pastor. This Church has grown from 121 members to 241 members. Rev. and Mrs. 
Hardin came to David Church March 1, 1955. Rev. Hardin will retire in May, 1969. 
Rev. N. S. Hardin, Pastor; Mr. Gene Hoyle, S. S. Superintendent; Mr. Evertte 
Patterson, Training Union Director; Mrs. L. V. Hoyle, W. M. U. President; Mr. Glenn 
Spearman, Brotherhood President. 




Patterson Grove Church was organized 1884. This Church has 278 members. Rev. 
Richard Pyler, Pastor; Mr. Herman Wright, Sunday School Superintendent; Mr. 
Haskel Seism, Training Union Director; Mr. Homor Jones, Brotherhood Director. 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
CALENDAR 



S M T W T F S 


S M T W T F S 


S M T W T F S 


S M T W T F S 


S M T W T F S 


S M T W T F S 


JAN 


FEB 


MAR 


A P F? 


MAY 


JUNE 


12 3 4 
5 6 7 8 9 10 II 
12 13 U 15 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 26 29 50 51 


1 
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 II 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
23 24 25 26 27 28 


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 II 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
'lo 't, 25 26 27 28 29 


12 5 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 II 12 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 25 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 


1 2 5 
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
II 12 13 14 15 16 17 
18 19 20 21 22 25 24 
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 


12 3 4 5 6 7 
8 9 10 II 12 15 14 
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
22 25 24 25 26 27 28 
29 30 



JANUARY 



FEBRUARY 



I New Year's Day 

6 Pastors' Conf., Shelby, Sec. 10:00 

5-10 January Bible Study Week 
6-8 VBS Clinic, Wingate College 
9 Ministers' Wives Meet 

12 Soul-Winning Commitment Day & Day 
of Prayer for Crusade of Americas 

14 S. S. Council, Bap. Cen., 7:30 

20 Gen. Board, Shelby, Sec, 10:00 

21 S. S. Witnessing Clinic, Shelby, 
Second, 7:30 

26 Baptist Men's Day 

MARCH 

2-9 Week of Prayer, Home Missions 
4 Pastors' Conf., Shelby Sec, 10:00 

6 Ministers' Wives Meet 

II T. U. Council, Bap. Cen., 7:30 
Assoc VBS Clinic, Westview, 7:00 

9-16 Youth Week 

11-13 WMU Annual Session, Charlotte 

15 Youth Night 

17 WMU Leadership Course 

18 T. U. Tournaments 

20 Ch. Social Ministeries Conf., 
Gastonia 

22 Jr. Choir Festivals, S. E. Sem. 
and Wingate College 

28-29 Bap. Men's Conv.-RA Congress, 
Greensboro 



MAY 

2-4 T. U. Youth Conv., Lumberton 

4-11 Christian Home Week 

5 Pastors' Conf., Shelby Sec, 10:00 
5-9 Stewardship Development Seminars 

6 Bro. Council, Bap. Cen. 7:30 
8 Ministers' Wives Luncheon 

11 Mother's Day Offering, Bap. Hosp. 

11-17 GA Focus Week 

16 RA Conclave 

17 RA State Track Meet, Wake Forest 

18 Baptist Radio & TV Sunday 



2 Baptist World AUiance Sunday 

10 Pastors' Conf., Shelby Sec, 10:00 

3-5 Evangehstic Conf., Greensboro 

4 Bro. Council, Bap. Cen., 7:30 

6 Ministers' Wives Meet 

7-9 Student Missions Conf., S. E. Sem. 

9 Race Relations Sunday 
9-15 YWA Focus Week 

16 Homes for Aging Day & Offering 
18 Assoc. Bro. Meeting, K. M. First 

22 RA Counselor Tr., Lincolnton, First 

24-25 Metropolitan Missions Conf., Durham 

24-28 Regional Choir Festivals 

APRIL 

1 Reg. T. U. Conf., Gastonia First 

5 Jr. Choir Festivals, Greensboro 
and Mars Hill College 

6-20 Crusade of Americas 

7 Pastors' Conf., Shelby Sec 10:00 

10 Ministers' Wives Meet 

11-13 YWA Conf., Greensboro First 

12 State Youth Choir Festivals, Ridge 

crest and Meredith 
15 S. S. Council, Bap. Cen., 7:30 
18-20 BSU Spring Conference 

21 Gen. Board, Shelby, Sec, 10:00 

Sr. Citizen Men's Retreat, CaRaway 
21-25 Church Membership Tr. Week 

22 Church Bldg. Planning Conf., Raleigh 
25-26 Youth Choir Festival Workshop 
27-28 Non-evangehcal Conf., Charlotte 
28-2 Human Relations Conference 

JUNE 

3 T. U. Council, Bap. Cen., 8:00 
9-10 WMU Annual Meeting, New Orleans 
10-13 Southern Bap. Conv., New Orleans 
15 Open House, Camp CaRaway 

15 Father's Day, Baptist College Day 

17 Assoc. T. U. Meeting 
15-22 Baptist Heritage Week 

30-4 Week of Christian Study & Fellow 
ship. Mars Hill College 



NOTE: PASTORS CONFERENCE MEETS EACH 
MONDAY AFTER THE FIRST SUNDAY IN EACH 
MONTH, SEPT. - MAY, 10:00 A. M. AT SECOND 
BAPTIST CHURCH, SHELBY, N. C. 



JULY 


AUG 


SEP 


OCT 


N D V 


DEC 


12 5 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 II 12 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 50 51 


5 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 II 12 13 14 15 16 
17 IB 19 20 21 22 23 
';, 25 26 27 28 29 30 


12 3 4 5 6 
7 8 9 10 II 12 13 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 


12 5 4 
5 6 7 8 9 10 II 
12 15 14 15 16 17 16 
19 20 21 22 25 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 51 


2 5 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 II 12 15 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
'L 24 25 26 27 28 29 


12 5 4 5 6 
7 8 9 10 II 12 15 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 31 



JULY 

4 Independence Day 

15 S. S. Council, Bap. Cen., 8:00 

21 Gen. Board, Shelby Second, 10:00 
21-24 Week of Christian Study and 

Fellowship, Chowan College 

22 Assoc. S. S. Meeting, 8:00 



AUGUST 

5 Bro. Council, Bap. Cen., 8:00 

10-16 Sunbeam Band Focus Week 
17-24 Music Expansion Week 
19 Assoc. Bro. Meeting, B. S., 8:00 
22 State Briefing Meeting for Assoc. 

Off., High Point Forst 
25-31 Week of Prayer, Assoc. Missions 



SEPTEMBER 

I Labor Day 

5-6 RA Counselors' Retreat, CaRaway 
8 Pastors' Conf., Shelby Second, 10:00 

8 Action Night in the S. S. 

9 T. U. Council, Bap. Cen., 8:00 

II Area Conf., Children's Homes, 
Waynesville First 

11 Area S. S. Conv,, Morganton First 
12-13 Assoc. Bro. Off. Retreat, CaRaway 
15-19 World Missions Conferences 
21 State Missions Day and Offering 
22-26 S. S. Leadership Prep. Week 
26-27 Baptist Men's Retreat, CaRaway 
29-30 Seminar-Workshop for Workers with 
Mentally Retarded 



OCTOBER 

I Coop. Prog. Prayer Emphasis 

6 Pastors' Conf., Shelby Second, 10:00 

7 S. S. Council, Bap. Cen., 7:30 

8 Coop. Prog. Prayer Emphasis 

9 Ministers' Wives Meet 

II RA Counselors' Tr., Raleigh 
12 Biblical Recorder Day 

12-13 Seminar-Workshop for Workers 

with Mentally Retarded 
15 Coop. Prog. Prayer Emphasis 

19 American Bible Society Sunday 

20 Gen. Board, Shelby Second, 10:00 
21-22 Annual Associational Meeting, 

Bethlemhem & Patterson Springs 

21 Bldg. Planning Conf., High Point 

21 Assoc. S. S. Meeting 

22 Coop. Prog. Prayer Emphasis 
27-30 Group Training Schools/Central Sh. 
29 Coop. Prog. Prayer Emphasis 



NOVEMBER 

1 RA Counselor Tr., Statesville 

1-3 BSU Fall Convention 

2-9 RA Week 

3 Pastors' Conf., Shelby Sec, 10:00 

4 Bro. Council, Bap. Cen., 7:30 
6 Ministers' Wives Meet 

10-12 Baptist State Conv., Fayetteville 
18 Bro. Foreign Missions Night, 

First Baptist, Shelby, 7:30 
23 Thanksgiving Offering 
27 Thanksgiving Day 
30-7 Week of Prayer, Foreign Missions 



DECEMBER 

1 "M"Night 

2 T. U. Council, Bap. Cen., 7:30 

7 Foreign Missions Day in the S. S. 

8 Pastors' Conf., Shelby Second, 10:00 
1 1 Ministers' Wives Meet 

24 Carol Sing 

25 Christmas Day 

26-27 Young Men's Missions Conf., CaRaway 

28 Student Night 

28-31 Conf. on World Missions for 

Youth and Young Adults, Atlanta, Ga. 



CONTENTS 

ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICERS: 

BROTHERHOOD _ _ 9 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS OF ASSOCIATION Opposite R8 

GENERAL OFFICERS _ - 5 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 9 

MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY 5 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT . . _ . 9 

NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 5 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE . . 5 

SUNDAY SCHOOL _ 5 

TRAINING UNION . 8 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION _ „ 9 

COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION: 

CALENDAR . 11 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 7 

CONSTITUTION 11 

EVANGELISM __ 10 

FINANCE 10 

HISTORICAL 12 

MEMBERSHIP 11 

NOMINATIONS 11 

ORDER OF BUSINESS . 10 

ORDINATIONS 11 

PLACE AND PREACHER 12 

RESOLUTIONS 11 

TRUSTEES 5 

DIRECTORY OF MINISTERS: 

ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 6 

LICENSED MINISTERS 6 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 6 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 6 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 6 

ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 7 

PASTORS OF CHURCHES IN THE ASSOCIATION Table A 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION: 

BY-LAWS OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL WMU 28 

MINUTES OF THE WMU ANNUAL SESSION 27 

GENERAL HISTORICAL AND REFERENCE MATERIALS: 

ARTICLES OF FAITH . _ _ SEE MINUTES FOR PRECEEDING YEAR 

CHURCH GROUPS _ . _ _ _ 50 

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS 19 

HISTORICAL DATA (ASSOCIATIONAL MEETINGS) R-12 

HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST IN CHURCHES_ . 18 

MAP OF THE ASSOCIATION _ Center 

MESSENGERS ATTENDING ASSOCIATIONAL MEETING 12 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL MEETING 24 

ZIP CODE LISTINGS 50 



REPORTS: 

ANNUITY BOARD R-2 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL R-5 

BEAUTIFICATION R-8 

BIBLICAL RECORDER . _ _ . _ R-13 

CHILDREN'S HOMES _ R-6 

CO-OPERATIVE PROGRAM R-7 

DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 15 

EVANGELISM _ . _ R-16 

FOREIGN MISSIONS _ _ _ _ R-4 

GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE _ . R-2 

GENERAL BOARD: 

SUMMARY OF WORK OF BOARD R-15 

BUDGET R-11 

HOME MISSIONS _ R-4 

HOME FOR AGING . _ R-8 

LIBRARIAN'S _ . _ „ R-13 

MEMORIALS: 

IN MEMORIUM 16 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 16 

MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY R-17 

MUSIC MINISTRY .._ R-14 

ORDER OF BUSINESS (Program) R-1 

ORDINATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 11 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE R-17 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE _ 11 

RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES _R-9 

ROYAL AMBASSADOR R-3 

SUNDAY SCHOOL R-5 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS R-4 

TREASURER'S R-10 

TRUSTEES R-15 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION R-5 

CHURCH OFFICERS: 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS Table E 

CHAIRMEN OF DEACON BOARDS Table J 

CHAIRMEN OF HISTORY COMMITTEES 26 

CHURCH LIBRARIANS Talbe G 

CLERKS Table I 

MUSIC DIRECTORS Table D 

PASTORS Table A 

PIANISTS OR ORGANISTS Table D 

SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS Table B 

TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS Table C 

TREASURERS Table H 

WMU PRESIDENTS Table F 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

Moderator: Rev. James Stamey 301 North Post Road, Shelby, N. C. 

Vice-Moderator: Rev. Russel Fitts Route 2, Kings Mountain, N. C. 

Clerk-Treasurer: Joesph E. Cabaniss 814 Parkwood Road, Shelby, N. C. 

Sunday School Superintendent: Rev. Roland Leath Box 1360, Shelby, N, C. 

Training Union Director: Dr. Bob Lamb Boiling Springs, N. C. 

Auditor: Hamrick & Redding 418 West Warren St., Shelby, N. C. 

Brotherhood Director: Mr. John Washburn Box 821, Boiling Springs, N. C. 

W. M. U. President: Mrs. WilUam D. Ledbetter Box 848, Shelby, N. C. 

Music Director: Mr. Van Ramsey 776 Eastview St., Shelby, N. C. 

Organist: Mrs. E. T. Bailey 613 Lineberger St., Shelby, N. C. 

Chairman Evangelism: Rev. Wilson Padgett 1012 Buffalo St., Shelby, N. C. 

Stewardship Chairman: Rev. J. E. Bishop Route 2, Shelby, N. C. 

Historian: Dr. Wyan Washburn BoiUng Springs, N. C. 

Librarian: Miss Ruby Irvin 1012 N. Lafayette St., Shelby, N. C. 

Superintendent of Missions: Rev. C. O. Greene Box 24, Shelby, N. C. 

Office Secretary: Mrs. Mae Petty Box 24, Shelby, N. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

Terms 

Expire 

Rev. E. M. Smith (1969) 14 W. Hawkins St., Shelby, N. C. 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. (1969) Route 4, Shelby, N. C. 

Mr. Carlos Young (1970) 922 W. Sumter St., Shelby, N. C. 



TRUSTEES 

Terms 

Expire 

George W. Hamrick, Chairman (1969) 202 East Marion St., Shelby, N. C. 

W. H. Dodd (1970) Waco, North Carolina 

Mr. Gail Bridges (1971) Boiling Springs, N. C. 



OFFICERS OF THE PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

President: Rev. Robert Mann 100 N. Gaston St., Kings Mtn. 

Vice-President: Rev. Joseph Sanders 411 Peach Street, Shelby 

Sec-Treasurer: Rev. James Stamey 301 N. Post Road, Shelby 

Chorister: Rev. Harold Threatt R-9, Box 157, Shelby 

Pianist: Rev. Dale Clark R-3, Shelby 



OFFICERS OF THE MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY 

President: Mrs. Oscar Funderburke Route 8, Shelby 

1st Vice-President: Mrs. Joel Jenkins Earl 

2nd Vice-President: Mrs. Lawrence Roberts 603 S. Washington St., Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs. Harold Threatt R-9, Box 157, Shelby 

Assistant Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs. James Stamey 301 N. Post Road, Shelby 

Publicity Chairman: Mrs. A. B. Wood 413 Stroud Road, Shelby 



ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Bradshaw, Boyce, (AP), Boiling Springs Beaver Dam 

Cline, Mrs. P. A., Jr., (ME), Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Copeland, Thurmond, (MM & ME), 775 Lowery St., Shelby Calvary 

Decker, Robert L., (MM & ME), 315 Elizabeth Ave., Shelby Elizabeth 

Easom, Horace, (MM & ME), 510 W. Marion, Shelby Bethel 

Jolley, R. Allen, (MM & ME), 701 King St., K. M Kings Mtn. First 

Leath, Roland, (AP & ME), Box 1360, Shelby Shelby First 

McSwain, W. J., (AP), R-1, Shelby WaUace Grove 

Ramsey, van. H.,(MM), 776 Eastview St., Shelby Shelby First 



LICENSED MINISTERS 

Allen, Paul, (LM), R-1, Grover , . Grover First 

Bradshaw, Boyce, (AP), Boiling Springs Beaver Dam 

Champion, Randy, (LM, S), R-2, Lawndale Plain View 

Davis, R. W., (LM), R-5, Shelby EUiott Memorial 

Dellinger, Harold, (LM), R-1, Shelby New Prospect 

Edwards, Wray, (LM), R-2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

HoweU, T. G., (LM), 1547 Kings Road, Shelby Bethel 

Jolley, Allen, (LM), 701 W. King Street, Kings Mtn Kings Mtn, First 

Minnix, Mike, (LM), R-7, Shelby Mull's Memorial 

Moss, Solon, (LM), R-3, Kings Mountain Temple 

McSwain, W. J., (LM), R-1, Shelby WaUace Grove 

Sain, Howard, (LM), R-3, Lawndale Carpenter's Grove 

Sailors, Roger, (LM), R-3, Vale Plains View 

Wilkie, Darvin, (LM), 1325 Eastview St., Shelby Bethel 

Wilhs, Don, (LM), R-1, Shelby Mull's Memorial 



MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

Champion, Randy, R-2, Lawndale Plain View 

Dellinger, Harold, R-1, Shelby New Prospect 

Minnix, Mike, R-7, Shelby Mull's Memorial 

Nicholson, Leon, Ratchtord Road, Dallas Community 

WiUis, Don, R-1, Shelby Mull's Memorial 



MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Nicholson Leon, Ratchford Road, Dallas Community 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 

Rev. J. E. Hoffman Carpenter's Grove 

Rev. L. R. Whitaker Mull's Memorial 

Rev. E. E. Wright Lawndale 

Rev. Ray Wright Macedonia 



ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Abrams, R. W., (OM, Ed.), Box 823 BoUing Springs 

AUen, Dr. Garland, (OM, Ed.), Box 801 Boiling Springs 

BaUard, Thomas, (OM, Ed.), Box 763 Boiling Springs 

Biggerstaff, W. P., (OMR), Box 82, R-5 Shelby 

Blankenship, Ernest, (OM, Ed.), Box 852 Boiling Springs 

Borders, Cline, (OM, CW), Box 308 Lawndale 

Bray, T. W., (OMR), 748 Vale Street Shelby 

Burgin, Max, (OM, Ch) Texas 

Cline, P. A., Jr., (OM, Ed.), Box 854 BoiUng Springs 

Caldwell, Hohn, (OM), 704 S. Morgan Street Shelby 

Crow, C. C, (OMR), 765 Lowery Street Shelby 

Davis, R. W., (OMI), R-5 Shelby 

Elliott, E. S., (OMR), 118 Grover Street Shelby 

Freeman, Charles, (OM, Ed.), Box 832 Boiling Springs 

Greene, C. O., (OMD), R-1 Lawndale 

Harrill, Hugh, (OMR), R-4 Shelby 

Hicks, J. J., (OMR), R-2 Kings Mountain 

Hoyle, Clarence, (OMI), 315 S. Martin Street Shelby 

Hughes, N. Durham, (OMR), R-9 Shelby 

Jenkins, J. L., (OMR) Boiling Springs 

Lamb, Dr. Robert L., (OM, Ed.), Box 794 Boiling Springs 

Lehman, J. Edward, (OMR), Park Sumter Terrace Apt# 1 Shelby 

Lewis, Dr. Thurman, (OM, Ed.), Box 234 Boiling Springs 

Lykins, Noel, (OM, Ed.), 508 E. Graham Street Shelby 

Malone, Frank H., (OMR, 728 Blanton Street Shelby 

Mathews, B. H., (OMI), R-2 Kings Mountain 

McAlister, James, (OM, Ed.), Box 238 Boiling Springs 

McGinnis, Fletcher, (OM) Ellenboro 

McSwain, Don, (OM, Ch) Viet Nam 

Millwood, Gene, (OMI), 7 Winder Street Shelby 

Murrell, Dr. M. Vann, (OM, Ed.), Box 901 Boiling Springs 

Morrisett, Stephen, (OMI), Box 282 Boiling Springs 

Passmore, Eugene, (OM), 2007 Kings Road Shelby 

Poston, Carl, (OMI), Box 627 Shelby 

Poston, Dr. E. E., (OM, Ed.), Box 792 Boiling Springs 

Propst, R. Albert, (OM, Ch.) New London, Conn. 

Ramsaur, Bill, (OMI), R-2 Lawndale 

Redmond, W. H., (OMI), 200 Fairview Street Kings Mountain 

Ross, Sherman, (OMR), R-5 Shelby 

Sandifer, Charley, (OM, Ed.) Boiling Springs 

Spivey, E. L., (OMR), 3024 Delano Place Shelby 

Stepp, Emmett, (OM), R-8 Shelby 

Tariton, W. V., (OMR), R-7 Shelby 

Trexler, Robert, (OM, Ed.), Box 304 Boiling Springs 

Walker, C. W., (OM), R-2 Shelby 

Wood, Dr. A. B., (OMR), 413 Stroud Road Shelby 



ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS 

Superintendent: Rev. Roland Leath Box 1360, Shelby 

Supt. of Training: Rev. Dale Clark R-3, Shelby 

Supt. of Enlargement: Rev. James Rice 823 Churchill Drive, Shelby 

VBS Supt.: Rev. Joel Jenkins Earl 

Secretary: Mrs. Recca Bingham R-6, Shelby 

DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENTS 

Cradle Roll and Nursery: Mrs. Eugene Roberts . . . 818 N. Piedmont Ave, Kings Mtn. 

Beginner: Mr. Willard Boyles R-3, Kings Mtn. 

Primary: Mrs. Odell Benton Grover Rd. Kings Mtn. 

Junior: Mrs. L. P. WiUiams 807 Brittain Drive, Shelby 

Intermediate: 

Young People: Rev. Russell Fitts Bethlehem Rd., Kings Mtn. 

Adults: Hugh Dover 103 DeUinger Rd., Shelby 

GROUP SUPERINTENDENTS 

Waco: Rev. Wilson Harmon Waco 

Shelby: Rev. Harold Threatt R-6, Shelby 

Lattimore: Rev. J. E. Bishop R-2, Shelby 

Grover: Rev. Fred McGehee R-6, Shelby 

PolkvUle: Rev. E. C. Willingham Casar 

Kings Mountain: Rev. Darrell Coble 411 York Rd., Kings Mtn. 

ASSOCIATIONAL TRAINING UNION WORKERS 1968-69 

Director: Dr. Bob Lamb Box 794, Boiling Springs 

Associate Directors 

Leadership Training: William McKinney P. O. Box 79, Lawndale 

New Member Orientation: Mr. Allen JoUey 701 W. King St., Kings Mtn. 

Chorister: Mr. Van Ramsey 776 Eastview St., Shelby 

Pianist: Mrs. E. T. Bailey 613 Lineberger St., Shelby 

GROUP DIRECTORS 

Grover: Rev. Fred McGehee R-6, Shelby 

Kings Mtn.: Rev. N. S. Hardin R-2, Box 489, Kings Mtn. 

Lattimore: Rev. Edgar Bishop R-2, Shelby 

Polkville: Rev. Raymond Crook Box 255, PolkviUe 

Shelby: Rev. Harold Threatt R-9, Box 157, Shelby 

Waco: Rev. James Stamey 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Rev. Fred McGehee, Jr Pleasant Hill 

Rev. Frank Shirley Temple 

Mr. Walter Davis Zion 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain Poplar Springs 

Mrs. Harold Causby Shelby First 



DEPARTMENT LEADERS 

Nursery, Beginner, Primary: Mrs. Joe Delozier R-3, Shelby 

Junior: Mr. Don Roberts Troy Rd. Shelby 

Intermediate: Mrs. Hubert Dixon Box 55, Boiling Springs 

Young People: Mrs. Dale Clark R-3, Shelby 

Adults: Rev. Max Evington R-3, Shelby 



ASSOCIATIONAL MUSIC WORKERS 

Director: Van Ramsey 776 Eastview St., Shelby 

Organist: Mrs. E. T. Bailey 613 Lineberger St., Shelby 



MUSIC COMMITTEE 

Mr. Thurmond Copeland 775 Lackey St., Shelby 

Mr. Robert Decker 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Allen Jolley Box 786, Kings Mtn. 

ASSOCIATIONAL BROTHERHOOD WORKERS 

Director: John Washburn, Jr Box 821, Boihng Springs 

Associate Director: John Hendricks R-5, Shelby 

R. A. Leader: Bill Philbeck 408 Beverly Ave., Shelby 

Assistant R, A. Leader: Eddie Wright 413 York Road, Kings Mtn. 

Baptist Men's Leader: Lee Roberts Box 502, Kings Mtn. 

Baptist Young Men's Leader: Claude Lawing 331 Woodside Dr., Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer: Fred Jones R-8, Box 231, Shelby 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION WORKERS 

WMU Director: Mrs. W. Dwight Ledbetter Box 848, Shelby 

Assistant WMU Director: Mrs. S. C. Harrill Box 218, Lattimore 

Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs, Thomas Austell Earl 

WMS Director: Mrs. Joe Hamrick R-5, Shelby 

YWA Director: Mrs. Frances Wyatt R-8, Box 249, Shelby 

GA Director: Mrs. Joel Jenkins Earl 

Sunbeam Director: Mrs. Laura Andrews Boiling Springs 

Mission Action: Mrs. W. P. Biggerstaff R-5, Shelby 

Mission Study: Mrs. Mark Black 113 Jacobs St., Cherryville 

Mission Prayer: Mrs. J. B. Price R-1, Ellenboro 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Children's Homes: Rev. Russell Fitts R-2, Kings Mtn. 

Baptist Homes for Aging: Mr. Walter Davis R-5, Shelby 

Baptist Hospital: Dr. John Hamrick 1002, Kings Rd., Shelby 

Baptist Colleges: Dr. Eugene Poston Boihng Springs 

World Missions: Rev. Oscar Funderburke R-8, Shelby 

Annuity Board: Rev. W. P. Biggerstaff R-5, Shelby 

Christian Literature: Rev. Tom Bray Box 476, Shelby 

Cooperative Program: Mr. Carlos Young Sumter St., Shelby 



CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

Terms 

Expire 

Rev. Robert Mann 1971 Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Dale Clark 1969 R-3, Shelby 

Rev. W. C. McKinney 1971 Lawndale 

Mrs. OdeU Benton 1970 Kings Mtn. 

Mrs. Wilson Harmon 1970 Waco 

ORDER OF BUSINESS COMMITTEE 

Terms 

Expire 

Rev. Bob Traywick, Chairman 1969 R-5, Shelby 

Rev. James Stamey (Moderator) 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Joseph E. Cabaniss (Clerk-Treasurer) 814 Parkwood Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Van Ramsey (Music Chahman) 776 Eastview St., Shelby 

Mr. Fred Denton 1970 Lawndale 

Mr. Hubert Dixon .- 1971 BoiUng Springs 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Rev. James Stamey, (Chairman) 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Roland Leath (SS Superintendent) Box 1352, Shelby 

Dr. Robert Lamb (TU Director) BoiUng Springs 

Mr. John Washburn (Brotherhood Director) BoiMng Springs 

Rev. Wilson Padgett (Evangelism Chairman) 1012 Buffalo St., Shelby 

Rev. Russell Fitts (Vice-Moderator) R-2, Shelby 

Mr. Joseph E. Cabaniss (Clerk-Treasurer) 814 Parkwood Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Van Ramsey (Music Chairman) 776 Eastview St., Shelby 

Mrs. E. T. Bailey (Organist) 613 Lineberger St., Shelby 

Hamrick & Redding (Auditors) 418 W. Warren St., Shelby 

Dr. Wyan Washburn (Historian) Boiling Springs 

Miss Ruby Irvin (Librarian) 1012 N. Lafayette, St., Shelby 

Rev. J. E. Bishop (Chairman Finance) R-2, Shelby 

Rev. C. O. Greene (Superintendent of Missions) Box 24, Shelby 

Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter (WMU Director) Box 848, Shelby 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

Terms 
--- Expire 

Rev. Wilson Padgett (Chairman) 1971 1210 Buffalo St., Shelby 

Rev. Joe Sanders 1971 411 Peach St., Shelby 

Rev. Bill Morrow 1970 Lawndale 

Mr. CUfford Hughes 1969 Shelby 

Mr. BiU McDaniel 1969 205 Roxford Rd., Shelby 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Rev. J. E. Bishop, Chakman 1969 R-2, Shelby 

Mr. Joseph E. Cabaniss (Clerk-Treasurer) 814 Parkwood Rd., Shelby 

Mr. R. K. Jones 1970 R-4, Shelby 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr 1971 R-4, Shelby 

10 ( 



ORDINATION COMMITTEE (Advisory) 

, . Terms i 

Expire 

Rev. Charles Freeman, Chairman 1969 832, Boiling Springs 

Rev. C. C. Crow 1970 765 Lowery St., Shelby 

Rev. Darrell Saunders 1971 R-1, Shelby 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Terms 

Expire 

Rev. Max Linnens, Chairman 1969 . Boiling Springs 

Mr. Paul Wilson 1969 Shelby 

Mr. Willard Boyles 1970 Kings Mtn. 

Mr. B. H. Hopper 1970 Earl 

Mr. Jack Dover 1971 Lattimore 

Rev. E. C. Willingham 1971 Casar 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

Terms 

Expire 

Rev. Frank Shirley, Chairman 1969 611 Gantt St., Kings Mtn. 

Rev. U. A, McManus 1970 , Grover 

Mr. 'Thomas Petty 1971 R-3, Shelby 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Terms 

Expire 

Rev. N. S. Hardin, Chairman 1969 R-2, Kings Mtn. 

Mr. Clay Cabaniss 1970 R-5, Shelby 

Mr. John A. Blanton, Jr 1971 R-4, Shelby 

CALENDAR COMMITTEE 

Rev. Russell Fitts (Chairman) R-2, Kings Mtn. 

Rev. Roland Leath (S. S. Supt.) Box 1352, Shelby 

Dr. Robert Lamb (TU Director) , . . Boihng Springs 

Mrs, Dwight Ledbetter (WMU Director) Box 848, Shelby 

Mr. John Washburn (Brotherhood President) Boiling Springs 

Mr. Van Ramsey (Music Director) Box 1 352, Shelby 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Terms 

Expire 

Rev. James Rice, Chairman. . 1971 .... 824 Churchih Drive, Shelby 

Mrs. Paul Lancaster 1970 Kings Mtn. 

Mrs. Lee Allen 1969 R-6, Shelby 



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HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Terms 

Expire 

Dr. Wyan Washburn, Chairman . . . = Boiling Springs 

Rev. Robert Trexler 1969 Boiling Springs 

Rev. Max Linnens 1971 Boiling Springs 

Mrs. Louise Dubesko 1969 Casar 

Mr. Hubbard Hamrick 1970 930 W. Warren St., Shelby 

Mr. G. T. Cabaniss 1970 R-5, Shelby 

Mrs. AUen Jolley 1971 Box 786, Kings Mtn. 

PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

Rev. Wilson Harmon (Chairman) Waco 

Mr. Joe Mauney Shelby 

Mrs. W. V. Tarlton R-7, Shelby 

MESSENGERS ATTENDING ANNUAL SESSION 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Rev. G. H. Thornburg, Mr. & Mrs. George Fitch. 

BEAVER DAM: Rev. Oscar Funderburke, Mrs. Oscar Funderburke, V. C. Justice, 

Mrs. Frank Black, W. F. McGinnis, Ralph Hamrick, Mrs. Ralph Hamrick, Mrs. 

Cletus McSwain, Mrs. M. B. Wilson, Buron Blanton, Mrs. W. F. McGinnis, Mrs. 

Buron Blanton, Mrs. William Allen. 
BETHANY: Rev. & Mrs. James Sanders, Mrs. Edna Cook, Mrs. Ralph G of orth, Mrs. 

Greer Blackburn, Mrs. Chfford Bowen. 
BETHEL: Rev. Ernest Arnold, Horace Easom, Mrs. Greer Black, Mrs. Dewey Howell, 

Mrs. Willis Murphy. 
BETHLEHEM: Rev. & Mrs. Russell Fitts, Mrs. Charles Lail, Mrs. Annie McDaniel, 

Mrs. W. D. Ledbetter, Miss Piccola Blalock, Mrs. Earl Morris, Homer Pheagin. 
BOILING SPRINGS: Rev. T. Max Linnens, Mr. & Mrs. P. A. Cline, Jr., Horace Scruggs, 

John Washburn, Jr., Dr. Eugene Poston, Mr. & Mrs. Hubert C. Dixon. 
BUFFALO: Rev. & Mrs. A. C. Phipps, Mrs. Hudson Hoyle, Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Lackey, 

Mrs. Madge Williams. 
CALVARY: Rev. Woodrow Flynn, Mrs. CharUe Mode, Mrs. Zeke Wilson, Miss 

Catherine L. Blanton, Mrs. J. J. Guffey, Mrs. Claude McKnight. 
CARPENTER'S GROVE: Rev. D. Boyd Cannon, Mrs. Boyd Cannon, Texie 

Carpenter, Selma Brackett, Joe Z. Cooke. 
CASAR: Rev. Elford Willingham, Mrs. Elford Willingham, A. A. Pruett, Mrs. A. A. 

Pruett, Emerson Pruett, Herman Melton. 
CHURCHILL DRIVE: Rev. James Rice, Mr. & Mrs. Herman Best, Mrs. Charlie Wright 
COMMUNITY: Gordon Cogdell, Mrs. Tom Tessneer, Mrs. Robert Melton, Mrs. 

Susan Davis. 
DAVID: Rev. N. S. Hardin, Mr. Perry McSwain, Mrs. Sam Lovelace, Dessie McSwain, 

Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Narron, Mr. & Mrs. Wiley Allen, Linda Allen, Mrs. Louise 

McSwain, Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Spearman, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Herndon, Mrs. J. D. 

Harmon, Mrs. John Williams, Jerry Lovelace, Tommy Patterson, Bill Babb, 

Carolyn V. Cobb, T. L. Green, Betty Jane Blanton, Judy F. Weaver, Jeanette 

Ross, Neal Blanton, Mrs. George Allen, Mrs. Everette Patterson, Gene Hoyle, Mrs. 

Nettie Hoyle, Edwin Babb, Shirley Southards. 
DOUBLE SPRINGS: Rev. & Mrs. C. A. Kirby, Jr., B. B. Scruggs, Marion Packard, 

Mrs. Lester O. Hamrick, Mrs. Raye W. Seism, Mrs. A. L. Calton, Mrs. Malcolm 

Wilson, Mrs. Lane Brooks. 
DOUBLE SHOALS: Rev. & Mrs. C. O. Greene, C. R. Spangler, Mrs. M. D. HarriU, 

Will Devine, Plato Champion, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Costner, Mr. & Mrs. S. A. Spangler. 

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DOVER: Rev. & Mrs. Ernest Smith, Mrs. Bobby White, Mrs. Harrison Blanton, Mr. & 

Mrs. W. L. Conner, Mrs. W. H, Jackson, Mrs. E. T. Bailey, John W. Simmone, Mr. 

& Mrs. G. H. Dover. 
EASTSIDE, KM: Rev. Darrell Coble, O. E. Jolley, Mrs. L. T. Alexander, Edythe Self, 

Ruth Hoyle, Minnie Wright. 
EASTSIDE, SHELBY: Rev. & Mrs. Wilson Padgett, W. B. Biggerstaff. 
ELIZABETH; Rev. & Mrs. James Stamey, Mr. & Mrs. Bob Decker, Rev. & Mrs. E. S. 

Elliott, Mrs. Jerry Dycus, John Mauney, Mrs. John Mauney, Mrs. Lawrence 

Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. E. C. McClain. 
EMMANUEL: Rev. Fred Cartee, W. W. Campbell, Mrs. Kelly Stroud. 
FAITH: Rev. W. T. Luckadoo, Mrs. W, T. Luckadoo, Thomas Dellinger, Mrs. Georgia 

Early. 
FALLSTON: Rev. H. R. Cathey, Mrs. Claud Stamey. 

FLINT HILL: Mrs. Albert Ham.rick, Mrs. G. G. Ledbetter, Glavis M. Wacaster, Sr. 
GROVER, FIRST: Rev. & Mrs. U. A. McManus, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Hood Watterson, Mr. 

& Mrs. Clyde Randall, Mrs. Lela Beam, Ethel Martin, Mrs. B. A. Harry 
HIGHLAND: Rev. & Mrs. Albert Hastings. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN: Rev. James M. Wilder, Mrs. Glee A. Bridges, Mrs. John C. 

Johnson, Marion Dixon, Mrs. Odell Benton, Carrie Hughes, Mrs. J. E. Hullender. 
KINGS MTN., FIRST: Rev. Robert C. Mann, Allen Jolley, Joy Jolley, Mrs. James 

White, Mrs. Earl Ledford, Mrs. W. F. McGill, Mrs. J. M. Rhea, James White, Will 

McGill, Mrs. M. C. Amos, James Turner, Charles Alexander, Joe Hord, Horace 

Styers, Roy Mauney, Warren Goforth, Herman Sparks, Yates Harbison, Lee Dixon, 

Cline Barber, Mr. & Mrs. John Beam, Fred Weaver, Mr. & Mrs. I. A. McGill, 

James Cole. 
KINGS MTN., SECOND: Rev. George Juhan, Mrs. T. R. Dalton. 
LATTIMORE: Mr. & Mrs. Norman Lee, Mrs. T. A. Lattimore, Mrs. John S. Blanton, 

Mrs. R. L. Hunt, Mrs. L. C. Toms, E. M. Bailey, Mrs. E. M. Bailey, Lillie Wilson, 

Miss Jane Blanton, Mrs. S. C. Harrill. 
LAWNDALE: Rev. Robert W. Morrow, Fred Denton. 
LILY MEMORIAL: Norman White, L. R. Philbeck. 
LOVE VALLEY: Rev. E. M. Redding, Mrs. Earl Redding, Mary Melton, J. O. Van 

Dyke, Mrs. John O. Van Dyke, Mrs. Susan Melton. 
MACEDONIA: Rev. Wayne Ashe, Mrs. Jess Jenkins, Annie Montgomery, Otto Kiser, 

H. L. Boheler. 
MT. SINAI: Rev. Robert S. Low, Mrs. Velma Ellis, Mrs. Horace Glenn, Edna Putnam. 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Bridges. 
NEW BETHEL: Rev. & Mrs. W. C. McKinney, Jr., David Beam, Charlotte Susan Beam, 

Mr. & Mrs. T. S. Putnam, Mrs. David Beam. 
NEW BUFFALO: Rev. & Mrs. George Willis, Eunice Martin, Mrs. Glen Davis, Grover 

Hord. 
NEW HOPE: Rev. Joel P. Jenkins, Mrs. J. H. Tulloh, Mrs. Pink Poston, J. H. Tulloh, 

Mrs, T. L. Moss, Mrs. Burie Hopper, Mrs. B. Austell, Mrs. Hazel Turner, Mrs. 

Charlie Wright, Mrs. W. L. McSwain, Mrs. Delia Borders. 
NEW PROSPECT: Rev. Darrell Saunders, Mrs. & Mrs. D. M. Beam, J. I-. Poston, Mrs. 

Gazzie B. Greene, Mrs. Yates Spurling, Mrs. J. F. Poston, Mrs. A. A. Carpenter, 

Marvin Kendrick. 
NORMAN'S GROVE: Rev. John A. Hallman, Mrs. Lloyd Boggs, Miss Essie Davis, 

Johnette Boggs, Mrs. Ray Warlick, Donie Costner, Mrs. Walter Warlick. 
OAK GROVE: Rev. Russell L. Hinton, Mrs. Mike Ware, Mrs. Raymond Blanton, 

Melvin Lovelace, Mrs. Melvin Lovelace, Mrs. Grace Ledford, Mrs. Carl Davis, 1'. C. 

Ware, Mrs. F. C. Ware, Bobby Webster, Frank Ledford, Rosa Lee Bell, Horace 

Bell. 
OAK VIEW: Mrs. Curtis Bundy, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Metcalf, Doris Wells, Fred Wells, 

Virginia Gore. 



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PATTERSON GROVE: Rev. Richard Plyler, Wilma Wright, Mrs. Raymond Seism, 

Mrs. Eugene Patterson, Mrs. Robert Ware, Grady Seism, Mearl Seism, Etta Wright 

Norman Webster, Ella Pridmore, Alice Carroll, Juanita Blanton, Sidney Hicks, 

Melvin Wright, Mrs. Carl Falls, Mrs. Travis Wright, Ben Hamrick, Russell Putnam, 

Sam Cornwell, Mrs. Wayne Putnam. 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Mrs. M. M. Camp, Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Murray, Mrs. Eh McSwain, 

Mr. & Mrs. B. M. Bowen. 
PIEDMONT: Rev. Perry Whisnant, Mrs. Sally Latham, Mrs. Dovie Barber, J. W. 

Foster, Horace Benfield. 
PLEASANT GROVE: Rev. E. H. Sessom, Mrs. E. H. Sessom, Otha Williams, Mrs. C. E. 

Elliott, Mrs. Charles Wright, Mrs. John Hendrick, Mrs. Joe S. Hamrick, Mrs. Charles 

Propst. 
PLEASANT HILL: Rev. Fred McGehee, Mrs. H. Q. Kendrick, Mrs. Hugh L. Dover, 

J, Y. Kendrick, R. M. Dover, Mrs. R. M. Dover, Mrs. Yates Kendrick, Mr. J. D. 

Putnam. 
PLEASANT RIDGE: Rev. Max Evington, Joe DeLozier, Charley Sandifer, A. Y. 

Hamrick, Mrs. A. Y. Hamrick. 
POLKVILLE: Rev. Raymond Crook, Mrs. Raymond Crook, L. V. Wilson, Mrs. J. B. 

Bridges, Glenn Walker, Mrs. L. V. Wilson, Mrs. W. Y. Horn, Albert Greene, D. L. 

Grant. 
POPLAR SPRINGS: Rev. & Mrs. J. E. Bishop, James DeBrew, Oren Wyatt, James B. 

Petty, Mrs. Wakefield Hamrick. 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Rev. & Mrs. Harold Threatt, Mrs. Jack Lane, Mrs. Fred 

Lynn, Mrs. J. R. Webber, Mrs. GusMcIntyre, Mrs, Claude Jones, Edgar E, Passmore, 

Mrs. Ed. Passmore, Judy Mode, Mrs. Roy Howard, Mrs. Colon Hamrick. 
ROSS GROVE: Rev. & Mrs. W. V. Tariton, Rev. T. W. Bray, D. C. Pruett, Mrs. L. H. 

Ledford, Mrs. Ed Willis, Mrs. Clyde Dover. 
SANDY PLAINS: Rev. & Mrs. Dale E. Clark, Curtis Clark, Mrs. Fay Whitaker, Mrs. J. 

B. Price, Mrs. Thomas Petty, Mrs. Luther Walker, Mrs. R. L. Humphries. 
SHELBY, ITRST: Rev. Roland Leath, Van H. Ramsey, Mr. & Mrs. Joe E. Cabaniss, 

L. T. Hamrick, Miss Aurthine Wells, Mrs. Laura Cornwell, Mrs. James Ware, Mrs. 

Lorin Hoyle, Mrs. Carl Sperhng, Mrs. John Wacaster, Clara P. Angel, Mrs. Rush 

Stroup, Carlos Young, Mrs. Yates Harris, Mrs. Rush Hamrick, Sr., Mrs. J. A. 

Wells, Mrs. J. M. Hall. 
SHELBY, SECOND: Rev. Joe Sanders, Mrs. Warren Gamble, M. A. Moss, Mrs. 

Marvin Turner, Mrs. C. M. Lankford, Mrs. John Gladden, Mrs. D. C. Pearson, Mrs. 

P. H. Hovis, Mrs. R. V. Bland, Mrs. W. B. McMurry. 
TEMPLE: Rev. Frank Shirley, Lois Cooke, Mrs. Frank Shirley, Mrs. T. F. Ware, 

Mrs. Florence Bridges, Eldon E. Laughridge, Mrs. Mary Howell. 
UNION: Rev. Bill L. Ford, J. W. Rudasill, Mrs. J. W. Rudasill, Mrs. Garland Grigg, 

J. C. Campbell. 
VICTORY: Rev. E. O. Gore, Mr. & Mrs. C. F. Compton, Mrs. Elmer Hardin. 
WACO: Rev. J, Wilson Harmon, Mrs. Wilson Harmon, Mrs. J. L. Black, Mrs. Hayward 

Moss, Mr. & Mrs. Clayton Absher, Mr. & Mrs. J. O. Whitworth, G. M. Murray, 

Mrs. George Murray, Mrs. U. A. Black, Mrs. Jesse C. Carpenter, Mrs. G. G. Rollins, 

Mrs. Marjorie Burton 
WALLACE GROVE: Rose Carter, Mrs. George Stringfellow, Mrs. Scott CampbeU, 

Jr. 
WESTOVER: Rev. Archie Chapman, D. W. Barker, W. O. Peeler, Mr. Barker. 
WESTVIEW: Rev. W. J. Yeaman, Jr., Rev. C. C. Crow, Dr. E. L. Spivey, Mrs. E. L. 

Spivey, Mr. & Mrs. T. F. Young. 
ZION: Rev. B. J. Tray wick, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Davis, Rev. W. P. Biggerstaff, G. T. 

Cabaniss, Mr. & Mrs. E. K. McSwain, Lyda Poston, Mrs. D. T. Horn, Mr. & Mrs. 

Tom Cornwell. 



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ZOAR: Rev. L. M. Tenery, J. Rector Robbins, Mrs. Abbie Williams, Mrs. Ralph Web- 
ber, R. F. Webber, Mrs. Maynard Ware. 

VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE THE ASSOCIATION 



Rev. & Mrs. W. G. Camp, Sandy Run 

Bill Poole, Pilot Mountain 

Rev. Corbin Cooper, Baptist State Convention 

Mrs. Edwell H. Ware, California 



W. R. Wagoner, Liberty 
W. K. McGee, Baptist Hospital 
Rev. Bob Shepherd, South Yadkin 
Mrs. T. W. Beam, Charlotte 



DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 



1965 1966 1967 1968 

Disbursements for local work . . $1,345,355 $1,417,445 $1,786,310 $2,011,035 

Totals for Missions 405,872 417,617 419,831 443,466 

Cooperative Program 207,868 207,261 202,543 219,230 

Children's Homes 13,418 13,189 12,933 12,848 

State Missions 6,666 7,100 6,468 7,286 

Home Missions 16,569 18,639 20,644 23,908 

Foreign Missions 75,058 80,503 90,474 88,740 

Hospitals 8,616 8,457 8,429 7,562 

Homes for Aging 3,772 3,886 3,395 4,391 

Christian Education 32,214 35,909 42,049 48,238 

Associational Missions 18,998 20,596 17,496 18,730 

Disbursements for all Purposes . 1,751,227 1,835,062 2,206,141 2,454,501 

Buildings and Equipment 268,419 309,504 526,076 600,230 

Total Receipts for all Purposes . 1,760,442 1,889,848 1,915,073 2,127,963 

Gifts: Per Church member 69.32 74.12 74.84 76.34 

Per Member-Coop. Program . 8.18 8.13 7.91 8.04 

Per Member for all Missions . 15.98 16.38 16.40 17.60 

Baptisms 587 612 585 681 

Church Membership 25,396 25,498 25,598 25,361 

Sunday School Enrollment .. . 19,757 19,650 19,467 18,456 

Training Unions 63 64 61 63 

Training Union Enrollment. . . 5,624 5,348 5,241 5,186 

Music Ministry EnroUment .. . 3,009 3,539 3,552 3,356 

Vacation Bible Schools 62 59 62 60 

Vacation Bilbe School Enrollment 6,552 6,328 6,776 6,465 

Pastors' Salaries 311,468 331,767 330,282 342,941 

Property Values 9,138,131 9,504,896 10,256,918 10,600,170 

REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

BE IT RESOLVED that we, the messengers who compose this 118th Annual Meeting 
of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association: 

1. Express to our host churches, David, and Patterson Grove, their pastors, and 
a helpful group of workers, our appreciation for their graciousness and many 
acts of kindness to us, during the occasion of our annual meeting. 

2. Express our appreciation to the Program committee for the planning and 
preparation of an excellent program, and to all program personnel for provid- 
ing stimulation, insight, and inspiration for those in attendance. 

3. Express our appreciation to the retiring officers of our Association for their 
work, and covenant to pray for those who have been elected to lead us this 
Associational year. 

4. Urge our churches to send their pastors and to send or encourage more laymen 
to attend our state Convention in November and our Lvangelistic Conference 
in February. 



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5. That we accept the challenges of these two days and dedicate ourselves anew to 
the mission, ministry and outreach of our individual Churches and Christian 
lives. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Paul Lancaster 

Mrs. Lee Allen 

Aaron Phipps, Chairman 

MEMORIALS 

In Rev. 14: 13 we read, "and 1 heard a voice from Heaven saying unto me, write. 
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth; yea, saith the spirit that 
thev may lest from their labors and their works do follow them." 

Again in Rev. 21:4 "God shall wipe away all tears from tlieir eyes, and there shall 
be no more death, neither sorrow nor crying neither shall there be any more pain." 

Mr. Ramsey will now sing, "Beyond the Sunset". 

Respectfully 

Mrs. John Wacaster 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Mr. H, L. Green, Mr. Kenneth AUen, Mr. Reese Dale Bowen. 
BEAVER DAM: Mrs. Beatrice Justice Ayers, Mr. Ben Nolan (Deacon), Mr. Fred 

Callahan, (Deacon). 
BETHANY Mr. Roy Cochran. 
BETHEL: Mr. Hatcher Glover, Mrs. John Borders, Mr. David P. Jackson, Mr. Roy 

NobUtt, Mrs. Gus Phillips, Mrs. O. L. Eubanks, Mr. Dock (Larry) Hester, Mr. Joe 

Woods. 
BETHLEHEM: Mrs. Frank Earney, Mrs. Baxter Smith, Mrs. E. J. Stewart, Mrs. W. T. 

Herndon, Mrs. Charles Owens, Mr. E. J. Steward, Mr. J. D. McDaniel, (Deacon), Mr. 

J. W. Blalock. 
BOILING SPRINGS: Mr. J. Rex Bridges, Mrs. Leona Greene, Mr. Loys W. Greene, 

Mr. Evans Hamrick, Mr. O. P. Hamrick (Deacon), Mr. Roy Hensley, Mr. James L. 

Lovelace (Deacon), Mrs. J. L. McSwain, Mrs. C. I. Putnam, Mrs. J. T. Walker, Mrs. 

M. H. Walker. 
BUFFALO: Mr. Homer Williams, Mr. F. L. Edwards (Deacon), Mrs. E. C. Phillips 
CALVARY: Mr. J. C. Holtzclaw, Mr. Kimsey Patterson, Mrs. R. F. Farris, Mrs. 

Sarah Millwood. 
CARPENTER'S GROVE: Rev. J. E. Hoffman (Retired Pastor). 
CASAR: Mrs. Minnie Robertson. 
CHRUCHILL DRIVE: Mr. J. J. Roberts 
COMMUNITY: None. 
DAVID: Mrs. Alex Harmon. 
DOUBLE SPRINGS: Mr. C. B. Greene, Mrs. C. O. Lee, Mr. Herman Washburn, Miss 

Susan Wright. 
DOUBLE SHOALS: Mrs. Charles L. Champion, Mr. Charlie Howard, Mrs. Ed Spangler. 
DOVER: Mr. Lee Crowder, Mrs. W. A. Ayers, Mrs. Irene Jones, Mr. Malvin Bridges, 

Miss Mildred Blanton. 
EASTSIDE (KM): Mrs. Tommy Darby. 
EASTSIDE (S): Mrs. Naomi Greene, Mrs. Clyde Norville, Mr. BiU Olsen, Mrs. J. C. 

Ponders, Mr. Steve Bridges, Mr. William Greene, Mrs. A. T. Luck, Mr. L. K. 

Hambright. 
ELIZABETH: Mrs. Tom Lyle, Mr. A. V. Dedmon, Mrs. Willie Wilson, Mrs. Bessie 

Forbis, Mr. Willie Wilson, Mrs. John Williams. 

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ELLIOTT MEMORIAL: None 

EMMANUEL: None 

FAITH: Mr. Clyde Baitty 

FALLSTON: Mrs. Hessie Royster, Mr. John Hoyle, Mr. Lemuel Williams. 

FIRST, SHELBY: Mr. Zeb E. Beam, Sr., Mrs. Z. P. MitcheU, Mr. D. J. Allen, Mr. 

Earl Hicks, Mr. Roy L. Ruppe, Mrs. J. W. Spangler, Mr. R. H. Lathinghouse, Mr. 

Sam Greer, Mr. Randolph Martin, Mrs. W. L. Kendrick, Mr. John W. Canipe, Mrs. 

O. Max Gardner, Jr., Miss Janie Moses, Mr. Hudson Hartgrove, Mrs. D. Roscoe Mc- 

Whirter, Mrs. H. Dixon Smith, Mrs. John P. MuU, Jr., Mr. R. K. Bishop, Mr. E. L. 

Webb, Mr. Earl A. Watson, Mrs. WiU C. Harris, Mr. C. C. Coble (Deacon), Miss 

Sarah Lattimore, Miss Lizzie Turner, Mr. Melvin Scoggins. 
FIRST, GROVER: Mr. R. C. Tate, Miss Aline Mullinax, Mr. Charles Everett 
FIRST, KM: Mr. Sam Collins, CpL Wayne Thomas. 
FLINT HILL: Mr. George A. Blanton, Mrs. Grady Blanton, Mr. Oscar Lail, Mrs. C. H. 

Pearson. 
HIGHLAND: None 
KINGS MOUNTAIN: Mr. O. O. Walker, Mrs. John Mauney, Mrs. W. J. Crawford, Mrs. 

Mary White. 
LATTIMORE: Mrs. JuUus Martin, Odus McSwain, Carl J. Magness, Mrs. Myrtle 

Bridges. 
LAWNDALE: Mr. Ulysees Martin, Rev. E. E. Wright, Mrs. W. A. Cobb. 
LILY MEMORIAL: Mr. Buck Kiser. 
LOVE VALLEY: None. 

MACEDONIA: Mr. Ray Wright, OM, Mr. George SeUers, Mrs. Ernest Vick. 
MT. SINAI: Mr. Miller Ellis, Mr. Jessie Clary. 
MULLS MEMORIAL: Mr. Lorandus Dellinger, Mrs. C. A. Eddins, Mr. Wray Wright, 

Mr. L. R. Whitaker, (Retired Pastor) 
NEW BETHEL: Mrs. Carme N. Elam, Mrs. Elizabeth Cline White, Miss Eva Ivester 
NEW BUFFALO: Mrs. Charley Panther. 
NEW CAMP CREEK: None. 
NEW HOPE: Mrs. Bonnie Glenn Hopper, Mr. Jack Glenn, Mrs. Landra Putnam, Mr. 

R. L. Nichols (Deacon), Mr. O. D. Gibson. 
NORMANS GROVE: Mrs. D. M. Norman. 

OAK GROVE: Mr. W. C. Blanton (Deacon), Mr. Baxter Hamrick, Mr. Elzie Ross. 
OAK VIEW: Mr. Ralph Bumgardner. 

PATTERSON GROVE: Mrs. Amanda Hamrick, Mr. Wayne Putnam, Mr. Ben Bridges. 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Mr. Marion M. Camp. 
PIEDMONT: Mr. BreU Humphries (Deacon), Mrs. Minnie Moss. 
PLAIN VIEW: Mrs. Randy Champion. 
PLEASANT GROVE: Mr. John Wright, Mr. Talmadge Strickland, Mr. C. A. Wright, 

Mr. Clem Costner, Mr. Plato Ledford, Mrs. Boyd Hendrick. 
PLEASANT HILL: Mr. Bobby Thrift, Mrs. Cliff Borders, Mr. Quinn Kendrick, Mr. 

Edward RolUns. 
PLEASANT RIDGE: Mr. R. F. Hicks, Mr. WilUam Putnam, Mrs. L. V. Martin 
POLKVILLE: Mrs. Tavo Bridges, Mr. Charles Beam, Mrs. Robert White. 
POPLAR SPRINGS: Mrs. R. H. George, Mr. Dewitt Hamrick, Mr. Daner 1. Wesson, 

Miss Pearl WaUace, Mr. P. E. McSwain, Mrs. T. R. Hamrick, Mrs. Frank HoUand, 

Mr. James Moore. 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Bob Blanton (Deacon). 
ROSS GROVE: None. 
SANDY PLAINS: Mrs. Zula Walker, Miss Vernia Walker, Mr. B. P. Jenkins (Deacon), 

Mr. J. B. Petty. 
SECOND BAPTIST, KINGS MTN.: Mrs. Annie McAbee, Mrs. Hattie Dixon, Mrs. 

M. C. Wood, Mr. J. P. Stamey. 
SECOND, SHELBY: Mr. Willie Bridges, Mr. Gene Bivins (Deacon). 



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TEMPLE: Mr. E. C. Huffstetler, Mrs. Anna Williams. 

UNION: Mr. Morris Blanton, Mrs. H. C. Hastings, Mr. Ray McEntire, Mr. H. H. Gold 

VICTORY: None. 

WESTVIEW: Mrs. W. D. Raines, Mr. Frank Garrett 

WACO: Mrs. A. L. Stroup, Mr. Arthur Hamrick, Mrs. Claudia B. Miller. 

WALLACE GROVE: Mr. Oscar Jones (Deacon), Mr. Clarence Hawkins. 

WESTOVER: None. 

ZION: Mr. Melvin Justice, Mrs. Lester Putnam, Mr. Ralph Gold, Mrs. Clint Wellmon, 

Mrs. Frank CornweU, Mrs. L, Tessener Pruett, Mr. Emmett Blanton. 
ZOAR: Mr. Jack Russ, Mr. Qauy Hamrick, Mr. Haskell Humphries, Mr. W. H. 

Christopher, Mr. J. T. Prutet, Mrs. Ola Bridges. 

HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: New heating system put in church, November 5, 1967. 
BUFFALO: Dedication of a new Hammond Organ given by the Posey M. Hord family 

in memory of Deacon, Posey M. Hord. 
DAVID: A new recreation building was started and almost completed consisting of a 

kitchen, recreation area, and six class rooms, rest rooms, and utility room. 
DOUBLE SHOALS: Rev. Russell Fitts, Pastor, resigned in July, 1968. 
DOVER: Mr. John W. Simmone called as Minister of Music and Youth. Began work 

on June 10, 1968. 
EMMANUEL: Purchased land on which to build pastor's home. 
HIGHLAND: Pastor's home debt retired, note burned. Church building debt retired 

Note burned, 
FIRST BAPTIST (KINGS MTN.): Bought home for missionaries on furlough. Re- 
novated house for fellowship center. 
LATTIMORE: Completed construction of storage room and remodeling of back 

porch at parsonage. , 
LAWNDALE: Supporting full time missionary. Rev. William H. Cain, French West 

Indies. 
MACEDONIA: Built new Parsonage and had a Dedication Service. 
MULL'S MEMORIAL: Had dedication of new educational building. 
NEW CAMP CREEK: Put in new windows and screens and paid off church debt. 
NEW HOPE: Purchased Earl School Property adjoining church. Moved kitchen from 

church basement to school lunchroom. Carpeted living and dining area at 

Parsonage. Concrete surfaced driveway at parsonage. 
OAK GROVE: Built fellowship building and called Russell L. Hinton as pastor. 
OAK VIEW: Observed 30th Anniversary of church. Rev. E. O. Gore delivered message. 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Completed new sanctuary, held dedication. Pastor & wife - 

Dr. & Mrs. Paul B. Johnson resigned to go as missionaries to the Phillippines. 
PIEDMONT: Held ground-breaking for a new auditorium on to educational building. 
PLAIN VIEW: Rev. Charles Freeman resigned to become minister at Gardner- Webb 

College. Rev. Dean Coffey was called as pastor. 
PLEASANT GROVE: Called Rev. E. H. Sessom as pastor. Revised church roll. 
ROSS GROVE: Started new educational buUding. 
SHELBY FIRST: Purchased lot for expansion. 
SHELBY SECOND: Called Rev. Joseph Sanders as pastor. 
WALLACE GROVE: Installed carpet in church, added 6 new pews to sanctuary & 

installed choir pews, held dedication service, leveled and sowed church property. 
ZION: Completed new ball field, voted to build new educational plant. 



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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Preamble 
We, the members of Missionary Baptist Churches in the County of Cleveland, 
State of North Carolina, and territory adjacent thereto, do hereby propose to estabhsh 
and maintain the principles and rules of order of a district Association in conformity 
to the following plan: 

Article I Name 
The name of this body shall be the "Kings Mountain Baptist Association." 

Article II Purpose 
It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with the State and South- 
ern Baptist Convention in the promotion of Christian Missions at home and abroad, 
and in any other related objects such as evangelism. Christian education, benevolent 
enterprises, and social services which it may deem proper and advisable for the 
furtherance of the Kingdom of God. 

Article III Membership 

Section 1: The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist Churches in the 
area of the Association. 

Section 2: Churches desiring membership in the Association shall apply to the member- 
ship committee and if recommended by this committee and accepted by the Associa- 
tion shall agree to come under the watch care of the Association for a period of one 
year. At the end of one year, upon recommendation of the committee, membership 
within the Association of such Churches shall be determined by vote of the Associa- 
tion. During this period such churches shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of 
the Association except that their members shall not hold office nor vote. 
Section 3: The Association shall be sole judge of its membership and may receive 
churches, or reject churches, according to its Constitution and By Laws. Member 
churches may also withdraw as they desire, and, if requested, the General Board 
may grant letters of recommendation to other hke Associations. 

Article IV Meetings 

Section 1: The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday evening and Wednesday 
after the third Sunday in October and continue until the business of the Association 
is disposed of. 

Section 2: Special Meetings may be called by the Moderator or General Board pro- 
vided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

Section 3: Each church shall elect annually, in addition to the pastor, two messeng- 
ers to the meetings of the Association for each 50 members of the church, provided 
each church shall have not less than three nor more than ten messengers. These 
shall constitute the voting body of the Association. The names of messengers 
printed in the minutes shaU include only those attending and registering at the 
Associational meeting. 

Article V Authority 
Each church in this Association is independent and sovereign in its own affairs, 
and the Association has no authority over the Churches except as provided in this 
constitution in Article III, Sections 2 and 3. 

Article VI Officers and Their Election 

Section 1: The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Clerk-Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, Music Director, Organist, Sunday School 

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Superintendent, Training Union Director, Woman's Missionary Union President, 

Brotherhood Director, and Chairman of Library Council. 

Section 2: The officers shall be elected on the last day of the annual meeting for a 

term of one year each. The nominees shall be contacted and nominated by the 

Committee on Nominations (By-Laws IV, Section 6) except the Moderator, Vice 

Moderator, and Clerk-Treasurer who shall be nominated from the floor. Committee 

nominations shall not preclude nominations from the floor. 

Section 3: All officers shall complete their work as soon as practicable after the 

closing of the annual session. The newly elected officers shall assume, at the close of 

the annual session, all duties incumbent upon said officers relating to the work of the 

ensuing associational year. 

Section 4: Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be ineligible for 

re-election. 

Article VII Trustees and Their Election 

There shall be three trustees of the Association, one preferably a lawyer, serving 
terms of three years each on a rotating basis. On nomination by the Committee on 
Nominations, one new trustee shall be elected at the annual meeting, no trustee being 
eligible to succeed- himself until after the lapse of one year. The expiration date of 
each trustee's term of office shall appear by his name in the Association Minutes. 

Article VIII The General Board 

The General Board shall be composed of all Association Officers (Article VI, Section 
1) the Associational Superintendent of Missions (ex-efficio with-out voting pri- 
viledges), each active pastor, two other members chosen by each member church 
from its membership and certified to the Association in its annual report, and 
chairmen of all standing committees of the Association. The General Board shall have 
the authority to act for the Association between sessions, except as hmited by this 
constitution. It shall be the duty of the General Board to meet quarterly and to 
make reports and recommendations to the Association in its annual meeting. The 
quarterly meetings will be in October, January, April and July; on Monday after the 
third Sunday at 10 o'clock. 

Article IX Committees 

Section 1: The Association shall have the following standing committees, with their 
terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting through the following 
annual meeting. 

A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected by the 
Association at the annual meeting. 

(1) Order of Business Committee (By-Law IV, Section 1) 

(2) Executive Committee (By-Law IV, Section 2) 

(3) Evangehsm Committee (By-Law IV, Section 3) 

(4) Finance Committee (By-Law IV, Section 4) 

(5) Ordination Committee (By-Law IV, Section 5) 

(6) Nominations Committee (By-Law IV, Section 6) 

(7) Constitution Committee (By-Law IV, Section 7) 

(8) Membership Committee (By-Law IV, Section 8) 

(9) Calendar Committee (By-Law IV Section 9) 

(10) Resolution Committee (By-Law IV, Section 10) 

(11) Historical Committee (By-Law IV, Section 11) 

(12) Seminary Extension Committee (By-Law IV, Section 12) 

(13) Christian Life Committee (By-Law IV, Section 13) 

(14) Any other committee authorized by the Association. 



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B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting. Committee 
on Committees, (By-Law IV, Section 14) 
Section 2: The following committees shall be appointed by the Moderator at least 
thirty days prior to the annual meeting to serve during the annual meeting: 

(1) Place and Preacher Committee, (By-Law IV, Section 15) 

(2) Enrollment Committee (By-Law IV, Section 16) 

Article X Amendments 

Amendments to this constitution may be made at any annual session of the 
Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting members present. 
Proposed changes must be presented to the Association in the first session and voted 
upon by a standing vote of the Association in the last session. It is recommended 
that all proposed changes first be submitted to the Constitution Committee. 

BY-LAWS 

By-Law 1 PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

Robert's Rules of Order shall be followed as the Association's rules for conduct- 
ing its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association prescribes otherwise. 
By-Law 2 ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

The Associational yeai shall begin October 1 and close September 30th. 
By-Law 3 DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

Section 1: The Moderator shall preside over the meeting of the body according 
to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Committees, Committee 
on Place and Preachers, and Committee on Enrollment. He shall be Chairman of the 
General Board and be an Ex-officio (without voting privileges) member of all 
other committees. 

Section 2: The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure, 
of the Moderator, and shall be Vice-Chairman of the General Board. 
Section 3: The Clerk-Treasurer shall send annual report forms to the member 
churches at least a month before the Association's annual meeting, distribute 
at the annual meeting mimeographed copies of the digest of these reports, make an 
accurate record of the proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing and 
distributing of minutes to the member churches, keep on file copies of minutes, 
records and other documents of the Association, and shall also serve as Secretary 
of the General Board. He shall inform all persons elected to office or appointed 
to serve on committees of such action. He shall receive and bank all funds of the 
Association in the name of the Association; disburse the same upon instructions 
from the Association, its General Board, or as designated in the Budget (no money 
is to be disbursed which is not included in the budget except upon recommendation 
of the Finance Committee to the General Board or the Association in armual 
session); render an accurate report of receipts and disbursements and distribute 
same at the annual meeting and give a report at each quarterly General Board 
Meeting; and keep books available and up-to-date for examination. 
Section 4: The Auditor shall, at the close of the Association year, make an audit 
of the Treasurer's records and report to the Association in session. 
Section 5: The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the 
Association and its Churches, and shall make a written report to each annual 
meeting of the Association. 

Section 6: Vacancies occurring between annual sessions shall be filled by the 
General Board except the office of Moderator, in which case the Vice-Moderator 
shall automatically become Moderator. 
By-Law IV DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 

Section 1: The Order of Business Committee shaU be composed of three members, 
and the Moderator, Clerk and Associational Music Director. It shall prepare a 

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printed program for the annual meeting of the Association which shall be sent 
to all persons on the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before the ■ 
annual meeting. It shall, in the opening days before the annual meeting of the 
Association, present the printed programs for adoption and serve through the 
sessions when adjustments in the order of business become necessary. 
Section 2: THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

(1) shall be composed of the Associational officers listed in (Article VI, 
Section 1) of the Constitution along with the chairmen of the EvangeUsm and 
Finance Committees. It shall work with Associational Superintendent of 
Missions in promoting the work in the Association, and lead and assist in 
determining need for, beginning new mission stations, and organizing new 
Churches. 

(2) If such advice is sought it shall advise any group seeking, to organize a 
new church. It shall also seek to help any member church desiring assistance 
with its problems. 

(3) When without a Superintendent of Missions, this Committee shall seek out 
and recommend to the Association, or its General Board, for election, a new 
Superintendent of Missions according to By-Law VI, Section 1. 

(4) It shaU administer all matters referred to it by the Association or General 
Board and act on routine or emergency matters between meetings of the 
General Board. It shaU initiate and recommend matters concerning business 
management, approve employment of all office personnel, deal with problems 
relating to personnel, and maintain adequate equipment for the office. It shaU 
meet regularly, not less than quarterly, but a quorum of seven shall be 
necessary to transact business. 

Section 3: The EVANGELISM COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, shaQ 
promote the work of evangelism in the Association in cooperation with the 
State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs to be subject to the 
approval of the Association or its General Board. 

Section 4: The FINANCE COMMITTEE, composed of three members, including 
the Treasurer shall study the Association's financial needs for an adequate pro- 
gram, present a budget to the Association for the following year, devise plans for 
securing the cooperation of the churches in raising funds to meet the budget, and 
make a written report to the annual meeting. 

Section 5: The ORDINATION COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members with the 
pastor of the candidate, shall, when requested by a member church, assist with the 
examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 
Section 6: The NOMINATING COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members shall con- 
tact before and nominate on the last day of the annual meeting of the Association 
the officers of the Association according to Articles VI and Vli of the Constitu- 
tion. This committee shall also, in cooperation with the nominating committee of 
the various departments of work, recommend workers in these various depart- 
ments (Articles VI, Section 1). It shall also nominate Associational representatives 
for the various institutions and agencies of our convention. This committee shall 
also assist the General Board in filling vacanices which occur between annual 
meetings of the Association. This Committee's nominations shall not preclude 
other nominations from the floor. 

Section 7: The CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members, shall 
be available to study any changes or revisions in the Constitution, and to make 
recommendations as needed. 

Section 8: The MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members, shaU 
perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and By-Laws (Article III, 
Section 2). 



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Section 9: The CALENDAR COMMITTEE, shall be composed of the following 
Associational officers: Sunday School Superintendent, Training Union Director, 
Woman's Missionary Union President, Brotherhood Director, Music Director, and 
the Vice-Moderator as chairman. This Committee shall work out as soon as 
possible each year an Associational Calendar for the coming year and present 
same to the General Board for adoption. 

Section 10: The RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members, shall 
draw up and present to the Association resolutions of appreciation and any other 
resolutions it or the Association may deem wise. 

Section 11: The HISTORICAL COMMITTEE, shall be composed of the Historian 
as Chairman and 6 other members. It shall be the duty of the Historical Committee 
to collect, compile and preserve aU materials of interest to the Association and 
member churches. It shaU make its report at the annual Associational Meeting. 
Section 12: The SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members 
shall plan and profide for such Seminary Extnesion classes as may be desired. 
Section 13: The CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, 
shall plan and provide for such Seminary Extension classes as may be desired, 
civic righteousness and social uplift. 

Section 14: The COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES, composed of 5 members, 
shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution (Article IX, Section 1), 
and shall assist the General Board in filling vacancies on all other standing 
committees occuring between sessions. This committee shall also name the chair- 
man of each committee. 

Section 15: The PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members, 
shall receive or solicit invitations for the place or places of meetings for the next 
annual meeting of the Association, and shall recommend place or places. It shall 
also recommend the Preacher and alternate for the annual sermon or sermons. 
Section 16: The ENROLLMENT COMMITTEE, shall prepare for and direct the 
enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. 

Section 17: Members of aU these committees, except those appointed by the 
Moderator, shall be elected to serve for not more than three years on a rotating 
basis. 

By-Law V TRUSTEES 

The duty of the trustees shall be to hold in trust any property, money, endow- 
ment, or other securities of said Association, and they shall handle all legal 
matters of the Association under the direction of the Association or its General 
Board. 

By-Law VI SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 

Section 1: His selection shall be upon recommendation of the Executive Committee 
and on vote by the Association in its annual meeting or, between sessions of the 
Association, by its General Board. His time of office shall continue until term- 
inated by mutual consent or request of either party. He shall be a member of all 
committees and organizations of the Association in a serving and advisory capacity. 
Section 2: The Superintendent of Missions shall promote the work of the Associa- 
tion and Denomination, cooperating with the Churches, their pastors, and officers, 
and the Associational committees and organizations. 

By-Law VII WRITTEN REPORTS 

Written reports to appeal in the Annual Minutes shall not exceed 300 words, 
except for History and Statistics. 

By-Law VIII AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the annual meeting 
by a majority of the messengers present and voting. 

By-Law IX DEFINE PROCEDURE 

Section 1: The business session of the Association shall be opened and closed with 
prayer. 

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Section 2: AU officers shall complete their work as soon as practicable after the 
closing of the annual session. The newly elected officers shall assume, at the close 
of the annual session, aU the duties incumbent upon said officers relating to the 
work of the ensuing Associational year. 

Section 3: Every report, resolution, or amendment offered to the Association 
shall be submitted in writing if requested by the Moderator. 
Section 4: No person shall speak more than twice on the same subject except by 
permission of the Association. 
By-Law X THE CONFESSION OF FAITH 

The Baptist Faith and Message as revised and adopted by the Southern Baptist 
Convention on May 9, 1963. 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ONE HUNDRED EIGHTEENTH 

ANNUAL SESSION OF THE 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Tuesday Evening, October 22, 1968 

1. An organ prelude was presented by Mrs. E. T. Bailey as messengers from 
the various churches gathered in David Baptist Church for the 118th Annual Meeting 
of the Association. 

2. AUen Jolley led the assembly in singing "We're Marching To Zion". The 
opening prayer was led by the Rev. James Rice, pastor of Churchill Drive Baptist 
Church. 

3. Joseph E. Cabaniss "moved that those now registering, together with those 
who will register, be elected to constitute the 118th annual session of the Kings 
Mountain Baptist Association." The motion was seconded and carried. Joseph E. 
Cabaniss then moved the adoption of the printed programs, this motion was passed. 

4. Moderator C. A. Kirby recognized Committee on Place and Preachers, Wilson 
Harmon, Chairman. Other committee members are, Mr. Joe Mauney and Mrs. W. 
V. Tarlton. Committee on Committees Rev. Fred McGehee, Jr., Pleasant Hill; Rev. 
Frank Shirley, Temple; Mr. Walter Davis, Zion; Mrs. W. E. McSwain, Poplar Springs; 
and Mrs. Harold Causby, First Baptist Church, Shelby, N. C. 

5. Report of the Constitutional Revision Committee was presented by Rev. Oscar 
Funderburke. Each member present was presented a copy of changes as recommended 
by the Constitutional Revision Committee. He stated a vote on these recommended 
changes would be called for at our meeting on Wednesday morning, October 23, 1969. 

6. Rev. C. O. Greene, Superintendent of Missions, gave an address on Personal 
Christianity with emphasis on Mission Study and Mission Action. 

7. Rev. James Stamey presented Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. who presented the 
Moderator's Message. He expressed his appreciation for those who have helped him 
in his work and also his thanks of the privilege of serving as moderator. He urged that 
there be a Spirit of Unity between Churches and Pastors. He emphasized "Love For 
One Another", he also stated that he would like to see representatives at General 
Board Meeting with regularity. 

8. Allen Jolley led the group in singing "Blessed Assurance" with Mrs. E. T. 
Bailey accompaning him at the organ. 

9. Moderator gave a special welcome to new pastors and ministers of music and 
education who had joined our Association since last year. 

10. Miscellaneous business and announcements were called for and there was 
none. 

11. Rev. Woodrow Flynn presented an address on the "Crusade of The Americas". 
He brought out that "Every person should be a soul winner" and emphasized that we 
should witness constantly, he also stressed the need for reaching young people. 

12. Special music was presented by Mr. Allen Jolley, leading the assembly in singing 
"I Love Thee My Lord". He also led the mens Chorr of Kings Mountain in 3 
selections, accompanied by his daughter Joy. 

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13. Rev. James Stamey, brought an inspirational message on the Beauty of Nature. 
He pointed out that life has a special meaning for every one and there is a purpose 
for every one no matter the age, color or social level. 

14. Rev. Stamey led in the closing prayer. 

Wednesday Morning, October 23, 1968 

15. As messangers arrived a piano prelude was presented by Mrs. E. T, BaUey. 

16. John Simmone led the group in singing "All Hail The Power Of Jesus Name". 

17. W. T. Luckadoo led the group in the opening prayer. 

18. Moderator C. A. Kirby recognized the Clerk-Treasurer Joseph E. Cabaniss, 
for the General Board's report and the treasurers report. Copies of these reports are 
listed on pages R-11 and R-15. 

19. Elford C. Willingham, Jr. presented the report of Place, Preacher to the 
Association. Invitation for the Tuesday evening session of the Annual Meeting 
1969 has been received from Bethelem Baptist Church (Grover Group). For the 
Wednesday meeting of 1969 an invitation to meet with the Patterson Springs Baptist 
Church (Grover Group). Also recommended for the Tuesday evening Inspirational 
Message, Rev. William J. Yeaman, Jr. alternate Rev. Joe Sanders. Wednesday 
Doctrinal Message Rev. Dale Clark, alternate Rev. W. C. McKinney. Wednesday 
Missionary Message Rev. Darrell Coble, alternate Harold Threat! By motion made and 
seconded the report was approved. 

20. The nominating Committee's report was made. The text of that report is 
found elsewhere in this volume. 

21. Rev. E. M. Smith made motion for program Committee to begin Wednesday 
morning session at 9:30 rather than 9:00 adding 30 minutes to afternoon session. 
Motion made and seconded. 

22. John Simmone led the group in singing "To God Be The Glory". 

23. Rev. Fred McGehee presented the doctrinal message. His theme was "Your 
Life Can Be Transformed". Taking text from Acts, he stated that we must use 
friendship with people and Jesus, and admitting we need transforming. 

24. Report on Constitution Revision committee was presented by Rev. Oscar 
Funderburke. The text of that report is included in this volume. 

25. Moderator recognized Dr. Wyan Washburn for Historian report. He reported 
his committee recommends the publishing of the history of our Association. He 
introduced Rev. Robert Mann of Kings Mountain, Chairman of the Association 
Finance Committee. He reported that his committee recommended the following 
method of financing the History publication: (1) Each church give individual 
attention; (2) Each church pay 10^ per member for 1969 and 10^ per member for 
1970. An estimated balance cost of $10,000.00 be raised by the sale of the books 
at $4.00 per volume. (4) Historical Committee to begin project in order to have 
ready for publication in 1969. Motion made to approve, seconded and adopted. 

26. State Convention reports were presented. Those bringing reports were: Rev. 
Corbin Cooper, Inter-racial Cooperation; Bob Sheppard, Christian Literature; Homes 
for Aging; BiU Boole, Childrens Home; Dr. W. R. Wagoner, Baptist Hospital. Rev. W. 
K. McGee, Baptist Hospital. 

27. The Clerk moved the adoption of the state convention reports as contained 
in the book of Advance Reports. The motion was made and seconded. 

28. Special music was presented by Gardner-Webb College under direction of Mr. 
Jeffery Hill, they presented "Ye Servant of God", "Oh Sing Unto The Lord" and 
"When I'm In Heaven Sitting Down". 

29. Dr. E. L. Spivey brought the message, Undergirding World Missions; bringing 
out the great need for giving by hand and heart and pointing out that "the greater our 
investments, the greater our dividends." 

30. Closing prayer led by Dr. E. L. Spivey. 

Wednesday Afternoon, October 23, 1968 

3 1. Piano selections were rendered by Mrs. E. T. Bailey. 

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32. Mr. Van Ramsey led the group in Hymn of Praise, Blessed Assurance. 

33. Prayer led by Rev. Archie Chapman. 

34. Rev. James Stamey introduced Dr. Eugene Poston, President Gardner-Webb 
College, who brought an address on Christian Education. 

35. Committee on Committee report was presented by Rev. Aaron Phipps, 
motion made seconded, passed. 

36. Organizational reports were presented as follows: Sunday School, Rev. Roland 
Leath; Training Union, Rev. Max Linnens; W. M. U., not present. Brotherhood, John 
Washburn; Music, Mr. Van Ramsey. 

37. Committee on Resolution was presented by Rev. Aaron Phipps. The full text 
of that report is included elsewhere in this volume. 

38. Mr. Van Ramsey led the group in singing "I Love To Tell The Story". 

39. Rev. Robert Mann delivered the missionary message. Stating that God has 
richly blessed us. We need to send and do more foreign work. We are all missionaries, 
because everywhere we are there is God's Church. 

40. The following officers were nominated and elected: Rev. James Stamey, 
Moderator; Rev. Russell Pitts, Vice-Moderator; Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer. 
Motion of these officers was by Wilson Harmon, elected by acclamation 

41. Mrs. John Wacaster conducted a brief memorial service in memory of those 
who have expired during the year. She read the list of pastors and deacons, a complete 
list is found in this volume. 

42. The Gavel was presented to James Stamey who thanked Rev. Kirby 

43. Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer gave a final report on attendance. 
Messenger registered 392, alternates, visitors and others 168 total attendance 560. 
Closing prayer led by James Stamey. 



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PROGRAM FOR THE 118TH ANNUAL 

SESSION OF THE KINGS MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

TUESDAY EVENING: 
7:00 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer Rev. James Rice 

7:05 Organization 

Report on Order of Business 

Appointment of Committees 
7:15 Report of Constitutional Revision Committee 

Rev. Oscar Funderburke 

7:20 Superintendent of Missions' Message Rev. C. O. Greene 

7:35 Moderator's Message Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. 

7:45 Hjonn 

Welcome to New Pastors, Ministers of Music and Education, 

Recognition of Visitors, Announcements, and Miscellaneous 

Business 

8:00 "Crusade of the Americas" Rev. Woodrow Flynn 

8:35 Special Music (2 numbers) Mr. Van Ramsey 

First Baptist Church, Shelby 
8:45 Inspirational Message Rev. James Stamey 

WEDNESDAY MORNING: 
9:00 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer Rev. R. W. Morrow 

9:05 General Board Report 

9:20 Business and Announcements 

Report of Committee on Place and Preacher 
Report of Committee on Nominations 
Report of Committee on Enrollment 
9:35 Hymn 

9:40 Doctrinal Message Rev. Fred McGehee 

10:05 Consideration of Report on Constitution Revision 

Committee Rev. Oscar Funderburke 

10:15 State Convention Reports 

Church Music Joe Stroud 

Inter-racial Cooperation Rev. Corbin Cooper 

Christian Literature Marse Grant 

Homes for Aging Bill Poole 

Children's Homes W. R. Wagoner 

Baptist Hospital W. K. McGee 

11:15 Special Music Gardner-Webb College 

1 1 :25 Undergirding World Missions Dr. E. L. Spivey 

12:00 Adjournment 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON: 

1:00 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer Rev. Archie Chapman 

1 :05 Christian Education Dr. E. E. Poston 

President, Gardner-Webb College 

1:25 Miscellaneous Business 

1:35 Organizational Reports 

Sunday School Rev. Roland Leath 

Training Union Dr. Robert Lamb 

W. M. U Mrs. W. E. McSwain 

Brotherhood „ Mrs. Paul Lancaster 

Music Mr. Van Ramsey 

2:00 Report of Committee on Resolutions Rev. Aaron Phipps 

2:10 Hymn 

2:15 Missionary Message Rev. Robert Mann 

2:40 Election of Officers 

2:55 Memorials Mrs. John Wacaster 

3:05 Adjournment 

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ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

Important Date for all New Members in Plan "A" 

The three-plan Southern Baptist Protection Program has one provision 
in Plan "A" that will affect all prospective new members soon; this provision 
is called "Delayed Participation, ' commonly known as a "grace period." The 
grace period provision will become effective on January 1, 1969, The pro- 
vision stales that the grace date is established in one of three ways: (1) as of 
January 1, 1969; (2) on the member's 26th birthday; or (3) one year from the 
date he first becomes eligible, whichever is the latter. This simply means that 
if a member joins Plan "A" of the Protection Program later than his grace 
date, the disability, widow, child, education and dependent parent benefits 
will be proportionately reduced. The reduction will be the ratio which such 
years of delay bear to the total years from the grace date to the normal re- 
tirement date. Therefore, it is important that all who are now eligible join 
the Program before January 1, 1969. 

Response to the new Program has been good. During 1967, 3,146 mem- 
bers joined some part of the three-plan Program. The plans in the Protection 
Program are: Plan "A," formerly called the Southern Baptist Protection Plan, 
and the plan in which benefits were increased and new ones added; Plan "B," 
the Age Security Plan; and Plan "C," the Variable Benefit. 

Information about the Protection Program, including the "grace period" 
provision, may be obtained from the annuity secretary in your state at the 
Baptist Building, or from the Development Division, Annuity Board, SBC, 511 
North Akard Building, Dallas, Texas 75201. 
Annuitants Receive "13th" Check 

For the second consecutive year, all persons receiving a life benefit were 
mailed a "13th" check. Each check was for an amount equal to 12 per cent 
of his annual benefit. These checks were made possible because of interest 
earnings in excess of what the plans required. The trustees approved, two 
years ago, the issuance of the "1 3th" checks providing the Board realized 
such excess interest earnings. 
Dues on Total Salary Encouraged 

Inflation continues to affect the buying power of the dollar for every- 
one, including those who have retired. No sign of a leveling off period of 
the inflationary trend is indicated. The Protection Program is designed to 
help any church provide as much retirement income for the minister and 
staff as it desires. Many churches are moving to ten per cent dues on total 
salary, recommended as a minimum by the Annuity Board and state conven- 
tion secretaries. 
REPORT FOR 1967 

As of December 31, 1967, 1,202 new members had been issued certifi- 
cates in Plan "A" of the Protection Program. A total number of 174,000 
churches were providing the Program for their ministers. 

Of the 174 agencies in the state conventions and the Southern Baptist 
Convention, 145 were providing the Program. The total number of em- 
ployes covered in the agency programs was 7,140. 

Forty five churches are participating in this program plus the Associa- 
tion itself. This leaves twenty five churches and their pastors without the 
protection which the Board provides. We strongly urge these churches and 
pastors to consider joining this very worthy and needed plan. 

For information write to Rev. Guy Cain, 301 Hillsboro St., Raleigh, N. C. 
27603., or the Annuity Board, SBC, 511 North Akard Building, Dallas, Texas, 
75201. 

Respectfully Submitted 
W. P. Biggerstaff 



GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE REPORT 

R. Patrick Spaiigler, Chairman, Board of Trustees 
E. Eugene Poston, President of the College 
Gardner-Webb College is well on the way in her 62nd year of service 



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to the Baptists of North Carolina. There are 1312 students enrolled for the 
1968-1969 school year. The faculty, the administration, and the staff total 
125. Seven of these are on leave of absence working on their doctorates. 
There arc 40 cndditional employees that make up the cafeteria and the mainten- 
ance forces. 

One of the highlights of this year's accomplishments was the recruit- 
ment of 12 new doctorates for the faculty. They are at work with six doc- 
torates already at Gardner-Webb. Four new doctorates have signed for the 
1969-1970 school year. Gardner- Webb College is well on the way to the 30% 
doctorates required for a senior college. 

Much attention has been given to the library during the past year. 5,928 
new volumes have been added to the holdings during the past 12 months. 
Dr. Slanicy Benson, t'ormer Head Librarian at Kentucky Southern College, 
came to Gardner-Webb College this past summer. He is working faithfully 
to bring the library up to the senior college accreditation standards. 

A campus beautification project is underway. A new entrance is being 
built. It will emphasize a simulated boiling springs and a tower of light 
symbolizing the Trinity and the praying hands. 

Should the Baptist State Convention approve the senior colloge status 
for Gardner-Webb, a limited number of majors will be offered to meet the 
needs of an area v/here Community Junior Colleges are growing rapidly. 
The trustees and the administration will start only those programs that can 
be financed adequately. 

This year Gardner-Webb College lost one of her fine trustees. Mr. Wade 
Short of Ellenboro died September 8, 1968. He had been a faithful member 
of the Board for several years. 

The purpose of Gardner-Webb College is "to develop quality Christian 
students who will think for themselves and who will dedicate themselves to 
the Christian way of life in the vocation of their own choice." This year the 
college is sponsoring an area wide evangelistic thrust, September 15-22, The 
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is participating in the Crusade. It is 
interracial and interdenominatonal. Dr. Grady Wlson is the preacher for 
the Crusade. 

Durng the past year the Endowment Funds have increased $108,589 
through bequests, gifts and savings. The plant assets increased $712,580. At 
the present time the Gardner-Webb College Endowment Fund is valued at 
$1,958,467, including an irrevocable trust. The physical plant is valued at 
$5,710,013. As of June 30, 1968, Gardner-Webb College owed a debt of 
$420,000 to the First Union National Bank of Charlotte, North Carolina. This 
is being amortized at the rate of $5,000 per month, plus interest. Gardner- 
Webb has a construction loan in the amount of $612,000. No repayment 
schedule has been set up on this loan as of June 30, 1968. 

At the present time Gardner-Webb College needs an auditorium and 
a classroom building. Chapel services are divided into three sections. The 
present auditorium will seat only one third of the students. 



R. A. REPORT 

We had a Banner year in 1968, with Oak Grove being added to our ac- 
tive R. A. Chapters. Over 1,000 boys are now R. A.'s in our Association. 

Last fall was our 2nd year in the R. A. Basketball League with Mr. Tom 
Walters of Elizabeth as Commissioner. Poplar Springs won the Western 
League Title with a 9-0 record. Beaver Dam was second 8-2. Westview won 
the Eastern at 9-1 with Eastside of Kings Mountain second with 7-2. The 
League had 12 teams. There were only 6 in 1966. The Sportsmanship Trophy 
went to First Baptist Church of Shelby. Westview beat Beaver Dam for 
the Championship. 

In Baseball we had 34 teams, 18 Junior and 16 Intermediates. Piedmont 
of Kings Mountain won the Eastern League Title, The Sportsmanship Trophy 
and Championship in the Juniors, Westview was second. In the Western Di- 
vision Zion won the title. Poplar Springs was second and also runner up 
in the championship game. Bethel won Sportsmanship trophy in the west. 



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In the Intermediate League Eastern Division, Zion won the title. In 
the Western it was Beaver Dam who won and the championship also. The 
Sportsmanship went to First Baptist in the East and Pleasant Ridge in the 
West. Both Zion and Westview purchased buses for their youth work this 
year. Our Conclave was held at Elizabeth with 450 boys present to hear 
Christian Sportsman and Stock Car Driver Ned Jarrett. They put away 1,000 
cokes and 1,500 hot dogs. 

1969 looks promising with many new members added to our Association. 
We look forward to helping establish more R. A. Chapters. 
Respectfully submitted 
Bill Philbeck, R. A. Leader 



V/ORLD MISSIONS REPORT — FOREIGN — HOME — STATE 

Standing on Mt. Olivet, just before his ascension, our Lord outlined for 
his disciples his program for the ages. He said, "You shall receive power 
when the Holy Spirit is come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both 
in Jerusalem (local and associational missions), and in all Judea (state mis- 
sions) and Samaria (Home Missions), and unto the uttermost part of the earlh 
(Foreign Missions). 

What are we Baptists doing about this program? 

Through the Cooperative Program we help support over six thousand 
State ,Home and Foreign missionaries. Last year over 66,000 people were 
baptized by these missionaries. An average of more than two new churches 
and missions were started every day during the year. 

We are helping train capable leaders for God in 1,140 foreign, home and 
state Christian schools. There are more than 260,000 pupils attending these 
schools. 

Also, through the Cooperative Program we are helping support 65 Baptist 
Hospitals and 56 clinics in foreign countries and in the United States. More 
than 900,000 patients are treated annually. Eight thousand homeless children 
and 1,200 elderly people are provided a home, food clothing and other neces- 
sities of life in 55 orphanages and homes for the aging throughout the 
world. 

How do we finance Christ's program? Through the Cooperative Pro- 
gram and special offerings. 

66.6 cents of each dollar given through the Cooperative Program remains 
in the State for Christian Education, Social Service, State Missions and Ad- 
ministration. This amounts annually to approximately $4,332,900. 33.4 
cents of each dollar given through the Cooperative Program goes to Southern 
Convention Causes. This amounts annually to approximately $2,167,100 from 
from our stale. For the year 1968, our total budget is $6,500,000. Our goal 
however, is $6,750,000. 

1'he Southern Baptist Convention 1967 total mission gifts came to $45,- 
1 14,098. This figure includes all designated gifts as well as the money given 
through the Cooperative Program. From january-july oi' this year, 1968, 
our offerings for Southern Baptist Convention causes total $35,399,554. 

What about our needs? They are too numerous to mention in detail. 
They stagger the imagination. Stanley Jones has well said, "We must go 
deeper before we can go farther." The giving, witnessing and dedication of 
those vvho "Stay" must equal the consecration of those who "Go." 
Respectfully Submitted 
Oscar Funderburke 
World Missions Representative 



SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS REPORT 

If one word could be used to characterize the world in which we live 
it would be the word "change." The extent and the rapidity of this change 
leaves most of us baffled and uncertain about tomorrow. 

This word could also characterize the condition of Southern Baptists. 
The work of Baptist Brotherhoods has been changed to major on Mission 

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Education and Mission Action; The W. M. U. Organization has been stream- 
lined with major emphasis on prayer, study, and action groups; the Sunday 
School will adopt a new grading system for 1969-1970 that will have only 
four divisions: preschool, children, youth and adult; the Training Union will 
have a new name and drastic revision next year; Old Standards of Excel- 
lence are giving way to new "Achievement Guides" as measures of our effect- 
tive work. Baptists are geing called upon to move in the direction of applied 
Christianity as well as emphasizing personal Christianity. 

All of this naturally affects the work of the local church and the Asso- 
ciation. We are bewildered by much of what is taking place, and sometimes 
fee! that we arc just marking time as we seek to adjust to so many changes. 
One thing, though, will stand us in good stead — a constant awareness of the 
main business of the church regardless of change in methods, procedures, 
and organization. That business is the making and equipping of disciples 
for service in the Master's name. 

To this end our work is dedicated. This year is the Crusade of the 
Americas — directed to enlisting disciples; next year is to see emphasis on con- 
secration—the equipping of disciples for applied Christianty. Our volunteer 
workers — almost 200 of them, Mrs. Petty, the office associate, and I stand 
ready to help in any way we can. Let us! 

Respectfully submitted 
C. O. Greene 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

"I am so thankful for the new changes in W. M. U., I am real excited 
about being a Missionary in my own community. 1 know each of you 
as you join groups will be much happier doing things for the Lord instead 
of just talking about it. 

May I express my deep appreciation to God for using me to work on 
this field for five years. He has blessed m^' in many ways mai y times. If I 
have helped you in any way the glory goes to God, because alone I could not 
have helped you, He has been with me all the way. Thank God for good 
W. M. U. women such as you have been and I am sure now at-e going to be 
better. 

May Gods richest blessing be on our new director Mrs. Ledbetter and 
her Executive Board." 

Respectfully submitted 
Mrs. W. E. McSwain 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT TO ASSOCIATION 

The Associational Sunday School sponsored its first January Bible Study 
Clinic in late November at Putnam Memorial Church. A full slate of workers 
from our association attended the state Vacation Bible Clinic at Wingate 
College in January. Our Associational V. B S. Clinic was held in April at 
Patterson Springs church. A conference for pastors and Sunday School 
superintendents was held at Double Shoals Church in May. 

Respectfully submitted 

Paul B. Johnson 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

This is a full year at our Baptist Hospital with more than thirty thousand 
sick people being given medical service and Christianity ministry, and more 
than 165,000 visits being made to the clinics of the hospital. In addition to 
this, more than 700 persons are receiving training in the various fields of 
medical care and Christian service, and a vast amount of medical research 
is being done in the causes and treatments of the diseases which afflict us 
and our loved ones. 

The Development Program, which is greatly to increase the capacity of 
the Medical Center to train and to serve, is progressing on schedule. The 



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new power plant is scheduled to go into operation in Oct. The paramedical 
school building is due to be ready by next April, It will provide the best in 
teaching facilities and make it possible to double the capacity of our nine 
scho( I3 and to add new Schools. The Medical School addition is to be ready 
by S' ptember, 1969, and will allow that school to enlarge by 35%, Contracts 
are uue to be let in October for the new patient building, which is to be 
completed in 1971. This building and the remodeling of the oldest part of 
the present plant will provide more than 200 new patient beds and greatly 
enlarged space and facilities for offices and for examinations and treatment 
of patients. 

The cost of this large Development Program is being provided by inler- 
ested individuals, corporations, foundations and government agencies, which 
recognize the valuable service our Medical Center is rendering and the urgent 
need for greatly enlarging these services. 

But this is a very difficult year financially, and our hospital has been 
forced to make important changes in its financial policies. In the face of the 
mounting co^ s and the increasing needs of our people, the hospital has i^ceii 
truggling with a growing deficit. We have been told this for several years 
but the gap has continued to increase between the cost of free service and 
«he money we have provided for this service. The amount of the free service 
low will have to be governed by the amount of the Mothers Day 1 und. 
\ patient's hospital bill will be estim.ated in advance, any available hospital 
insurance will be deducted, and the balance must be paid before the patient 
is admitted unless he is certified by his county welfare department or some 
other agency. Any balance beyond the estimated bill must be paid before 
the patient is discharged. In case of an emergency, the patient m^ay be ad- 
mitted but the hospital bill must be paid as soon as possible after admission. 
The Mother's Day Fund will be used, as it has been, to pay the difference 
between the amount paid by the certifying agency and the total cost of car- 
ing for the patient. 

The great concern at our Baptist Hospital is for these patients who must 
have financial assistance if they are to get the specialized care they need. 
But the hospital has come to the point that it cannot continue to operate 
without the money necessary to cover the cost. In view of the circumstances, 
we believe the great majority of our pastors and our people will understand 
these changes and give their full cooperation. The Mother's Day Offering 
will need to be increased gready if our hospital is to fulfill its mission to our 
people who must need it. We want to assure our hospital that it can de- 
pend upon on us in full measure. 

Dr. John C. Hamrick 



REPORT TO THE ASSOCIATIONS 
BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 

1968 

North Carolina Baptists and other friends of the Children's Homes are 
making possible a Christian way of life for hundreds of boys and girls who 
otherwise would be denied many of life's best opportunities. More than 
1300 children were assisted in some type of service during the past year. 

All associated with the Children's Homes are deeply grateful for every 
type of support. Co-operative Program income through the churches in- 
creasingly important. Last year's Thanksgiving offering is the largest ever — 
now approaching $325,000. Special gifts, bequests through wills and estate 
planning provide much needed income and wonderful opportunities to invest 
in the lives of children and young people. 

Encouraging progress is being made in the capital funds campaign to 
build a home for children in Western North Carolina to be located in Hay- 
wood County between Waynesville and Clyde. It is hoped that construction 
can begin in early 1969. The Western Home, in addition to providing group 
care, will strengthen all types of services now being provided children and 
their families in the Western area. 



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Four family style cottages have been constructed and dedicated during 
the past year — two at Mills Home and two at Kennedy Home. Two addi- 
tional cottages will be constructed at Mills Home during the coming yead. 
Funds for these buildings have come from bequests through estate planning 
by friends of neglected and dependent children. 

The number of good Christian homes for the care of foster children is 
growing. More are needed in all sections of the state. Foster homes serve 
children of all ages and are particularly helpful for some who have special 
needs. Couples with or without children of their own, who have an abund- 
ance of love, find this to be a challenging and rewarding opportunity for 
Christian service. 

Members of the Board of Trustees and members of the staff of the 
Homes are dedicated to a program of child care- that will merit the undivided 
loyalty and support of our people and that will be worthy the blessings of 
our Lord. We covenant with you to face the future as we have in the past: 
to offer Christian nurture to children in distress in the name of Christ our 
Savior and Lord. 

Respectfully Submitted 
A. B. Wood 

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT FOR ANNUAL 
ASSOCIATIONAL MEETING 

1968 

What the budget is to the local church, the Cooperative Program is to 
the denomination. It is support for all missionary causes at home and 
abroad — it's preaching the gospel — it's healing in the name of Jesus through 
hospitals and clinics everywhere — it is teaching and training Christian leaders 
for all the great tasks of Kingdom endeavor. 

As our people worship with tithes and offerings Sunday by Sunday and 
as your church channels a worthy part of its income through the Cooperative 
Program, we enter into partnership with God and one another in obedience 
to the command "Go . . . preach . . . teach . . !" 

Let us resolve to pray earnestly for all Kingdom work through the Co- 
operative Program and support our prayers with sacrificial giving of self 
and substance. 

A new Eight Day Stewardship Program will be available from the 
Stewardship Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention on April 1. It 
will suggest visitation of every family in the church by the Deacons, prayer 
by every church member and a Week-end Stewardship Revival. 

The following paragraph is from Dr. Eugene Poston: 

One sentence could tell the full story of what the Cooperative Program 
means to Gardner-Webb College — The difference btween providing Christian 
Higher Education or closing the doors of the college. Even though the special 
offerings help the college meet many needs, the Cooperative Program is the 
lifeline of the school. The part that the Baptist colleges play in missions, 
evangelism, and education is so great that the need for an increased Cooper- 
ative Program is imperative. In this day of increasing socialism, the Chris- 
tian college must remain strong. The Cooperative Program affords the best 
channel for the support and increase of Christian Higher Education." 

RECOMMENDATIONS 

We recommend: 

(1) That each church plan, vigorously promote, and subscribe a worthy 
budget. 

(2) That each church have a special prayer for Cooperative Program causes 
during each church service in October. 

(3) That each church give regularly, a worthy percentage of each offering 
plate dollar through the Cooperative Program. 

Respectfully Submitted 
Roland Leath 



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BEAUTIFICATION REPORT 

The churches have made no requests for assistance this year. However, 
the beautification project at Gardner-Webb College has been continued and 
will be carried out to conclusion. This should make the Gardner-Webb 
campus a "thing of beauty and joy forever." 

Wq v^ould urge the churches to continue efforts at making the grounds 
of the Lord's house the most attractive in the community. Look at your 
church property as a stranger would, see it as it really is, and, if vou dont 
like what you see, change it for the better. A tree planted now will provide 
shade and beauty for generations to come. A shrub planted now will be a 
constant reminder of Him who said, "Consider the lilies of the field." 

Please feel free to call on us for any assistance we can render. 
H. C. Wilson 



NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES FOR 
THE AGING REPORT 

The past year in your Baptist Homes for the Aging has been one of the 
most eventful in the history of the Homes. Of primary significance was the 
opening of the Yancey ville Home on November i, 1967, and dedicatory ser- 
vices on April 25, 1968, with Governor Dan K. Moore as the principal 
speaker. 

When the Yanceyville Home, accommodating 31 residents, is filled to 
capacity, the number living in all of our Homes will reach 200. Residents 
at Yanceyville, Resthaven, the Albemarle Home, the Hayes Home, the Ham- 
ilton Home and the Infirmary constitute a large and ever-grov/ing family of 
elderly people who receive compassionate and tender care. 

The waiting list for admissions to one of our five Homes continues to 
grow, but has been revised and is a bit more realistic than ever before. The 
opening of the Yanceyville Home has relieved the pressure greatly on this 
waiting list, and persons are encouraged to make application from the various 
sections of our great State. 

Baptists of North Carolina can be grateful for their record in ministering 
to the residents in their five Homes for the Aging. Recent reports reveal 
that our Baptist Homes for the Aging are giving more financial assistance to 
their needy aging than any other denominational Home in NorLh Carolina. 
About 85% of the residents ministered unto receive assistance throuc^h the 
love gifts of North Carolina Baptists. These love gifts from our Baptist 
church come from two main sources: (1) The Special Day Offering, received 
on the 3rd Sunday of February each year, from which the Homes derive 
22 '/2% of their total support; (2) The Cooperative Program from which we 
receive 12'^2% of total income. Gifts for 1967 through these two sources 
were at an all time high and amounted to around $200,000.00. The 1968 
Special Day Offering, at this time, is reflecting an encouraging increase. 
Unless these two vital sources of income are increased considerably, your 
Baptist Homes cannot be maintained, either on the basis of quality of care, 
or quantity. 

More than in any previous years the ministry of the Homes has been 
extended beyond the day to day care of the residents to our local churches 
and comsnunities. Experiences have been shared in more than on Associa- 
and communities. Experiences have been shared in more than one Associa- 
classes in Family Living, etc. 

Life among the residents in the Homes is the most interesting, and if 
one wonders about activity among those whose average age is 80, let him 
come and see. Let everyone who is contributing to this great area of human 
need be grateful to the Lord to be a part of a great denomination that has 
had the vision to plan for the aging, and is moving forward in meeting the 
needs of this very deserving group. 

Walter Davis, Association Representative 

William A. Poole, Superintendent 

North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging. 



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RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES 



Allen Memorial 


$ 


Mount Sinai 


100.00 


Beaver Dam 


500.00 


Mulls Memorial 


150.00 


Bethany 


10.00 


New Bethel 


250.04 


Bethel 


50.00 


New Buffalo 


! 194.00 


Bethlehem 


516.00 


New Camp Creek 


10.00 


Boiling Springs 


800.00 


New Hope 


400.00 


Buffalo 


200.00 


New Prospect 


150.00 


Calvary 


516.95 


Normans Grove 


113.54 


Carpenter's Grove 


90.00 


Oak Grove 


248.86 


Casar 


90.00 


Oak View 


50.00 


Churchill Drive 


100.00 


Patterson Grove 


265.00 


Community 


10.00 


Patterson Springs 


200.00 


David 


182.00 


Peach Street 





Double Shoals 


105.50 


Piedmont 


536.17 


Double Springs 


550.00 


Plains View 


55.00 


Dover 


450.00 


Pleasant Grove 


309.76 


Eastsidc (KM) 


6.25 


Pleasant Hill 


280.00 


Eastside (S) 


468.00 


Pleasant Ridge 


332.00 


Elizabeth 


665.21 


Polkville 


150.00 


Elliott Memorial 


25.00 


Poplar Springs 


400.00 


Emimanuel 


156.40 


Putnam Memorial 


78.00 


Faith 


61.35 


Ross Grove 


250.00 


Fallston 


375.00 


Sandv Plains 


240.00 


Flint Hill 


208.00 


Shelby First 


2,000.00 


Grover First 


415.97 


Shelby Second 


875.00 


Highland 


87.00 


Temple 


120.00 


Kings Mountain 


250.00 


Union 


100.00 


KM First 


600.00 


Victory 





KM Second 


338.66 


Waco 


300.00 


Eattimore 


300.00 


Wallace Grove 





Eawndale 


300.00 


Westover 


60.00 


Eily Memorial 


90.00 


Westviev/ 


878.78 


Eove Valley 


36.00 


Zion 


400.00 


Macedonia 


110.00 


Zoar 


200.00 


Midview 


13.00 


TOTAL 


$18,172.42 



CHECKS RECEIVED AFTER SEPTEMBER 30 CREDITED TO 
YEAR OF 1968-69 



joe E. Cabaniss, Treasurer 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

Receipts and Disbursements for the Year 
October 1, 1967 - September 30, 1968 

GENERAL FUND 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 1967 $3,265.29 

RECEIPTS: 

General Mission Fund From Churches $18,172.42 

Refunds— W. M. U 24.78 

Paper Cups 1 .40 , 

N. C. Sales Tax 51 .82 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 18,250.42 

Total to be Accounted for 21,515,71 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Salaries 

Superintendent of Missions (Salary and Housing) . . 7,500.00 

Clerk-Treasurer 750.00 

Secretary 3,132.00 

TOTAL SALARIES 11,382.00 

Promotional 

W. M. U 71.40 

Sunday School 9.63 

Training Union 46.17 

Brotherhood and R. A 265.79 

Audio-Visual Aids 33.27 

Evangelism 50.00 

Music 

Speakers Honorarium 135.00 

Office Expense 1,1 10.33 

Special Emphasis 20.00 

Telephone 225.99 

TOTAL PROMOTIONAL 1,967.58 

SPECIAL 

Expense Allowance (Supt. of Missions) 1,500.00 

Retirement and Insurance 488.40 

Convention and Conference Expense 500.00 

Utilities 1 15.20 

F.I.C.A., Federal and State Income 

Taxes ($827.62 less $628.90) 198.72 

Christmas Gifts 200.00 

Printing of Minutes 1,333.00 

Office Rent 1,100.00 

Miscellaneous 12.80 

TOTAL SPECIAL 5.448.12 

Total Disbursements $18,797.70 

Balance on Hand, September 30, 1968 $ 2,718.01 



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SAVINGS FUND 

Savings Certificate No. 4311 First National Bank $13,856.16 

BUDGET FOR 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

October 1, 1968 - September 30, 1969 



1. SALARIES 1967-68 1968-69 

Supt. of Missions (Salary & Housing) $ 7,500.00 $ 7,500.00 

Clerk - Treasurer 750.00 750.00 

Secretary 3.240.00 3,240.00 

TOTAl $11,490.00 $11,490.00 



II. PROMOTIONAL: 

Sunday School and V. B. S $ 150.00 150.00 

Training Union 150.00 150.00 

Brotherhood 1 50.00 1 50.00 

R. A. (Postage - Conclave) 150.00 150.00 

Visual Aid and Equipment 75.00 75.00 

Church Music 50.00 50.00 

Evangelism 100.00 100.00 

Office Operating Expense 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Office Telephones 220.00 220.00 

Special Emphasis (Crusade of Americas) 200.00 200.00 

Speaker's Honorarium 200.00 200.00 

W. M. U 200.00 200.00 

Historical Commission 100.00 100.00 

TOTAL S 2,745.00 $2,745.00 



III. SPECIAL: 

Expense Allowance (Supt. of Missions) $ 1,500.00 $ 1,500.00 

Retirement Fund 490.00 490.00 

Convention and Conference (So. Bapt.: State. 

Evangelistic, Missionary) 500.00 500.00 

Utilities 150.00 150.00 

F.I.C.A. (Social Security) ($250.00 for Supt.) ... 180.00 450.00 

Christmas Gifts 200.00 200.00 

Printing of Minutes 1,500.00 1,500.00 

Rent 1 ,200.00 1 ,200.00 

Miscellaneous 250.00 250.00 

TOTAL $ 5,970.00 $ 6,240.00 

GRAND TOTAL BUDGET $20,205.00 $20,475.00 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE 

Rev. J. E. Bishop 

Mr. Joe Cabaniss 

Rev. Robert C. Mann, Chairman 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
HISTORICAL DATA 



Dote 

1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
19:i6 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 



1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 



Place of Meeting 

Shelby First 

Kings Mtn. First . . . 

Double Shoals 

Beaver Dam 

Boiling Springs . . . . 
Patterson Springs . . 

Zion . . 

New Bethel 

Patterson Grove . . . 

New Prospect 

Poplar Springs 

Pleasant Grove . . . 
Bethlehem . . . . . . 

Sandy Plains 

Pleasant Hill . . . 
Carpenter's Grove.. 

Elizabeth 

New Hope 

Shelby First and 
Double Springs . . . . 
Boilmg Springs 

and Flint Hill 

FalLton and 

Waco 

Union and 
Patterson Grove . . . 
Ross Grove and 

New Bethe! 

Casar and 

Shelby Dover, Night 

Shelby Second 

Beaver Dam, 
Shelby Calvary, 

Shelby Dover 

Double Springs, 
Gardner-Webb 
College, Night 
Double Shoals, 

Grover First 

Plec-ant Hill, 
Temple, Kings Mtn., 
Poplar Springs . . . . 
Lottimore, 
Bethany, 

Norman's Grove . . . 
Shelby Calvary, 
New Buffalo, 

Shelby First 

Kings Mountain 

Second, 

Lawndale, 

Oak Grove 

Zion, 

Pleasant Ridge, 

New Prospect 

Sandy Plains, 

Polkville. 

Shelby Eastside . . . 

Gardner-Webb 

College, 

Boiling Springs . . . . 

Elizabeth 

Shelby, Second . . . . 

Fallston, 

New Bethel 

P'easant Ridge. . . . 

Zoor 

Kings Mtn., First . . 
New Hope, Earl . . . 

Waco 

Lawndale, Zion. . . . 
Double Sorings .... 

Shelby, First 

Dqvid, 

Patterson Grove . . 



Intro. Sermon 

Rush Padgett . . 
G. P. Abernathy 

Zeno Wall 

J. L. Jenkins . , . 

C. J Black 

Wallace Hartsell 
L. L. Jessup . . . 

D. F. Putnam . , . 
T. J. Justice . . . 

Zeno Wall 

A. G. Sergeant , 
W. G. Camp . . . 

C. V. Martin . . . 
J. L. Jenkins . . . 
W. A. Hoffman . 
W. A. Elam . . 
A. M. Kiser . . 
W. P. Biggerstaff 

D. F. Putnam 



W. A. Ayers 
Zeno Wall . . 
C. C. Crow . 
W. W. Harris 



Moderotor 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttee 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 

J. W. Suttle 



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.. G. 

.. G. 

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Clerk 

G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 
G. 



Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 
Page 



• J. V. DeVinney 
.J. V. DeVinney 
.J. V. DeVinney 
.J. V. DeVinney 
.J. V. DeVinney 
.J. V. DeVinney 
.J. V. DeVinney 
.J. V. DeVinney 
.J. V. DeVinne/ 
, .J. W. Costner 
. .J. W. Costner 
. .J. W. Costner 
. .J. W. Costner 



J. W. Costner 
.J. W. Costner 
.J. W. Costner 



D. Boyd Cannon 
Jesse Blalock . . 



, J. N. Barnett 

. J. R. Cantrell 

, Homer O. Baker . 
Harlan Harris . . . 

. Burley S. Turner . 

. John E. Lawrence 

Oscar Funderburke 

, Harold House . . . . 
T. W. Estes 



J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

C. C. Crow Lawrence Roberts 

C. C. Crow Lawrence Roberts 



C. O. Greene 



Lawrence Roberts 



C. O. Greene Lawrence Roberts 



E. B. Hicks 



Rogers M. Smith , 
John r.. Lawrence 
J. A. Bracey . . . . 
B. L. Kincaid . . . 
Leonard Thomas . 
Dr. A. B. Wood . . 
Coy Dellinger . . . 
Joseph T. McClain 
Norman Brown . . 



O. Funderburke . 



O. Funderburke 
O. Funderburke 
Horace Ec^om 
E. M. Smith 
E. M. Smith . . 
James Holder . 
James Holder . 
Jdmes Holder . 
C. A. Kirby, Jr. 



. Lawrence Roberts 

. Lawrence Roberts 

. Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

Leroy Sisk 

Leroy Sisk 

Judv Blanton 

.Billy G. Washburn 
. . . .Hugh Borders 



.James Stamey 



C. A. Kirby, Jr.. .Joseph E. Cabaniss 



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REPORT OF ASSOCIATIONAL LIBRARIAN TO 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASCOCIATION 

FOR YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1968 

During the past year God has richly blessed many of our churches 
through the Book Ministry. 

It is gratifying to learn of the increasing interest in reading from 
most of the forty-two librarians in the Association. 

In these critical days of tension there is no way to solve some of our 
problems than to draw on the rich and endless treasures of the ages found 
in our Church libraries. 

Books have the capacity to broaden our outlook, enlighten our under- 
standing, and increase our knowledge. 

Respectfully submitted 
Mrs. A L. Calton 
Associational Librarian 



REPORT ON CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

Christian Literature is first. Christ-centered, and secondly, Bible-centered. 
The Bible may be summed up in these words: "Man's ruin, and God's re- 
demption!" Christian Literature may address itself primarily to the New 
Testament message of Jesus Christ as we find that message incorporated in 
the Four Gospels. But more — fully explained by the writings of the Apostles. 
The Apostle Paul is credited with thirteen books of the New Testament. The 
fact is conceded that Paul wrote all of the Church Epistles. 

Baptists have always contended for the authority of the Bible, in their 
teachings and practice. To this end Baptists have produced scores of valuable 
books, magazines, pamphlets, and other Christian materials. The Baptist 
Sunday School Board, located at Nashville, Tenn., through its editorial staff 
and printing presses furnish the Churches of the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion most of their Sunday School and Training Union teaching materials 
at a price any of the churches can pay. A significant purpose of Baptist 
Literature is to assist the Convention Churches to promote the total program 
of Southern Baptists. North Carolina Baptists are most fortunate to have two 
excellent weekly news papers: The Biblical Recorder, and The Charity and 
Children. 

Perhaps the American Bible Society of New York. N. Y. distributes more 
Bibles, and portions of the Scriptures than any other Bible Society in 
America. Southern Baptists are one of the their largest contributors. 

The objective for Christian Literature is designed to build character, 
promote growth, and develop the Christian Society in service. The first 
unit is the home, for Christian training; supplemented by the local churches, 
and fortified by our Christian colleges. These three Institutions working to- 
gether offers our children and adults as well. Christian development for 
life's highest, and most effective service. 

And an excellent gesture, in which our churches may make a wise invest- 
ment is:place the Biblical Recorder and the Charity and Children — Chris- 
tian Literature, in their church budgets. People are reading more today than 
ever before. Expose our children and our families to our Baptist periodicals. 
You will be glad you did. 

Respectfully submitted 
T. W. Bray 



1968 REPORT OF THE BIBLICAL RECORDER TO 
THE ASSOCIATIONS 

This is a period in history when some church publications are struggling 
to exist. Smaller circulation, rising cost of publication, mergers, and other 
factors are creating hardships for many publications. 



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Your BIBLICAL RECORDER is not immune from some of these prob- 
lems, but there is a brighter side to its ministry. In January, the RECORDER 
had its 135th birthday so this indicates it is durable and hardy. While 
circulation did not set any new records in the past year, a healthy gain was 
noted. Inflation, accompanied by increased printing costs, caused the 
RECORDER to have to buckle its belt, but necessary economy steps were 
well-accepted by our Baptist people. One of these was to let the churches 
pay the state sales tax, thus saving the RECORDER nearly $5,000 a year. 

There is every indication that the RECORDER is continuing to be read 
closely. Letters to the editor reflect this growing interest on the part of 
readers. This is healthy and is one of the strong points of Baptist democracy. 
The RECORDER runs well over 200 letters a year, many of them expressing 
strong feelings on a variety of subjects. Baptists are individualists and since 
this is part of our heritage, the RECORDER is glad to receive letters on the 
issues facing Christians today. There must be dialogue among Baptists and 
the RECORDER is glad to serve our denomination in this capacity. 

The tragedy is that more of our Baptist people don't get the RECORD- 
ER. Although hundreds of churches send it to every home, there are too 
many churches that do not have it in the budget. Frequently the interest 
and hard work of one person can mean the difference. Try it and see. 

The RECORDER staff rededicates itself to the job of getting out the 
best paper possible in these day of serious upheaval. Speaking the truth in 
love is the goal of the RECORDER at all times. The support of all Baptists 
is needed in carrying out this objective.. 

Respectfully submitted 
}. Marse Grant, Editor 



ASSOCIATIONAL FOUNDATION REPORT FOR 1968 

During the past year. The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., has 
made regular and systematic progress. More and more of our Baptist people 
are inquiring about the services of the Foundation and are following these 
inquiries with concrete evidence of their concern. Some have made direct 
monetary contributions through the Foundation for a particular agency or 
institution. Others, with the help of their lawyers, have made provisions in 
their wills that through the Foundation Christian causes have been remem- 
bered. 

One of our major emphases has been in the area of will making. Our 
pastors, associational superintendents, and our church representatives have 
given encouraging help in this educational cam'paign. The response in each 
instance, whether in an association or individual church, has been most 
gratifying. 

We solicit your prayers and your continuing cooperation. The Founda- 
tion remains ready to assist you in any phase of our endeavors. Please call 
on us if we can be of assistance to you. 



MUSIC REPORT 

With the Associational iVIusic Director serving as chairman, the Asso- 
ciational Music Committee attempts to develop an Associational Music 
Education program that can benefit every church, encourages the development 
of a music ministry in every church, and other departments, coordinating their 
activities with the Associational plans. 

The Associational Music Director attended the State Planning meeting 
in August 1967. Many hours of planning and advising local churches were 
given during the past year. Many hours were spent in counseling choir 
directors in their responsibilities. Regional Choir Festivals were held at 
Shelby, First Baptist Church. Many of the choirs participatng went on the 
state festivals. A conference was held in connection with the Associational 
Vacation Bible School Clinic, 



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In addition to the above activities, the church music committee: 

1. Seeks to foster and encourage attendance to music camps and as- 
semblies. 

2. Encourages use of our Baptist hymnals and other music publications. 

3. Offers assistance, to whatever degree possible, to those churches 
seeking and needing advice or suggestions regarding its music needs. 

It is our hope that during this year we can give individual help to the 
churches. We urge all churches to seriously consider having a music school 
of some type in the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted 
Van H. Ramsey 
' • Associational Director of Music 



TRUSTEE'S REPORT 

On behalf of the Trustees, we would like to report that during the past 
Associational year no business was transacted by the Board of Trustees, and 
we therefore have nothing to report. 

John H. Beam, Chairman 



SOUTH MOUNTAIN BAPTIST CAMP 1968 REPORT 
Theme: Serving In Christ's Name 

They came by the hundreds. They had a deep experience with God. 
They lifted up their eyes and saw the needs of a lost world. They commit- 
ted themselves to serve in Christ's Name. They learned more about R. A. and 
G. A. work. They had fun and lots of good cats. 

455 aielnded R. A. Camps. 967 attended C. A. Camps. 592 attended 
over night camps, etc. Total attendance was 1992. Many more visited dur- 
ing the summer. Attendance from your Association was 141. 

800 made a decision for Christ. This included 165 professions of faith, 
and 15 for special service. 

Special gifts from individuals and churcli groups enabled us to paint 
and repair cabins. Work on the pool is progressing and will be ready for 
use next spring. Asheville Master Pool and G unite Co. is constructing the 
pool. It is "L" shaped. It is 60' on the long sides and 30' wide. The depth 
begins at 27" and slopes gradually to 10' in the diving area. 

Your camp can take care of 200 weekly at a very reasonable cost. We 
liave a good program to help the boys and girls. We urge you to inform your 
people about your camp. (We have 25 minutes of 16 MM color film of the 
South Mountain Camp Story) . Put us in your budget or, have a special 
offerii5g for us. 

Qualified Counselors vi^ill be provided for fifty cents extra for each 
camper in your group. 

Health authorities require all who attend camp to have a physical ex- 
amination. Necessary forms will be sent to you. 

We were able to maintain our grade "A" rating. 
Respectfully Submitted 
T. A. Lineberger, Director 



GENERAL BOARD REPORTS 

Tn its quarterly meetings held in October, 1967, January, April, and July 
1968, your General Board received regular reports from the Committees and 
organizations, and filled several vacancies that occurred among the associa- 
tion officers during the year. In addition to these routine matters major 
items of business transacted by the General Board during this associational 
year include: 

(1) Planned a simultaneous Revival for our Association: April 6-20, 1969. 

(2) Finance Commitee proposed budget for invited Speakers being $35.00, 
with travel allowance of ten cents per mile. 

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(3) Recommended that entire question of printing associational history 
as passed on at 1966 associational meeting, including appropriation of 
$2,500 per year for four years be rescinded. 

(4) Every Church support the Association program by giving $1.00 per 
year, per member. 

(5) Rev. James Stamey was elected to fill unexpired terms of Rev. Nor- 
man Brown, as vice moderator. Rev. Brown moved from our asso- 
ciation January, 1968. 

(6) Joseph E. Cabaniss was elected to serve as Clerk-Treasurer for the 
unexpired term of Rev. Hugh Borders. Rev. Borders has moved from 
our association as of July 1, 1968, to accept a pastorate in Spruce 
Pine, North Carolina. 

(7) Mrs. Judy Dover resigned as secretary of the Baptist Center, July 
1968. Mrs. Mae H. Petty assumed the position as secretary Julv 
15, 1968. 

(8) Budget to remain as of last year, with one change to include an 
amount to provide one-half the social security for the Superintendent 
of Missions and office Secretary. 

(9) Endorsed support of a Child Day Care Center, with each Church 
providing assistance as their community may need. 

Respectfully Submitted 
Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk 



REPORT ON EVANGELISM 

The first great responsibility of Baptists today is to proclaim the message 
of the Gospel clearly, plainly and under the empowering of the Holy Spirit. 
The second is to see that the new life and purpose of God found in Christ 
is in the foreground of all our motives, attitudes and actions in personal 
cultural and organizational life that this involves us in helping meet the 
needs of all people. To express the same things another way is to say evan- 
gelism is our first great responsibility and the second is to follow our Lord 
Jesus Christ obediently, as taught in the Scriptures, that the true fruits of 
evangelism may issue from our total lives. Therefore, it must be of utmost 
concern to every Spirit-filled Baptist to know there is a reliable source of 
divine knowledge found in the Bible to preach the Gospel of Christ one 
must know what the Gospel is, and this God has revealed and written for 
us in the Bible. 

To move with God this year and next in the Crusade of the Americas 
means that we must be diligent in searching the Scriptures and proclaiming 
the glorious Gospel of Christ revealed therein; and that we must walk daily 
with God in the fellowship of prayer. Leaders in the churches must make 
sure these two most vital matters are constantly practiced in their lives and 
that these matters are always kept before the people in the churches. This 
done faithfully and sincerely day by day across the weeks and months will 
bring individuals and churches into vital relationship with God. 

It is urgently important that every church be confronted with the oppor- 
tunity and responsibility of participating with other Baptists across the West- 
ern hemisphere in prayerful concern for a spiritual awakening to be exper- 
ienced in the simultaneous revival meetings next spring. Messengers of this 
association are therefore urged to see that every church rightly faces this chal- 
lenge. For details on the Crusade consult the GUIDEBOOK FOR BAPTISTS 
OF NORTH CAROLINA which has been mailed to all pastors, Sunday 
School Superintendents, Training Union Directors, WMU presidents and 
Brotherhood presidents. 

In our association the following churches have voted to participate in 
the Crusade: 

As soon as a church votes to participate, the Associational Chairman of 
Evangelism should be notified. 

Respectfully Submitted 
Woodrow Flynn 



R16 



BAPTIST MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY REPORT 

The Ministers' Wives Auxiliary to the Kings Mountain Baptist Associa- 
tion carried out the theme: "Living, Growing, Serving ... in Him for the 
year 1967-68." Interesting, informative and informal programs were present- 
ed each month. The meetings were held in the homes of the members at 1:30 
p. m., on Thursday after the first Sunday. The meetings began the first 
Thursday in October. 

The Christmas party and the May luncheon were two annual events of 
the year. The husbands were invited to join with their wives for the Christ- 
mas party which was held at Lattimore Baptist Church. 

Only half the Ministers' Wives belong to the Auxiliary. We would like 
to encourage all the wives to attend these meetings. 
Respectfully Submitted 
Mrs. Dale Clark, President 



BAPTIST PASTORS' CONFERENCE REPORT 

The Pastor's Conference of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association 
met for their regular meeting at the Second Baptist Church of Shelby. 

The program was planned around "The Theory of Ministry" which is 
the Conference emphasis for this year. Throughout the program, the pastors 
were informed of the present opportunities in the ministry in our own com- 
munities in the ministry in our own communities. 

Followng the meeting there was a period of refreshments. 
Respectfully Submitted 
James Wilson Harmon 



R17 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 
Minutes of the Seventy-Fourth Annual Session 

The 74th Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union of Kings Mountain was 
held April 16, 1968. Music was under the direction of Lonnie Summers of Eastside 
Baptist Church, Shelby, with Mrs. Conrad Beam, organist of New Bethel Baptist 
Church. 

Following the organ prelude, Mrs. W. E. McSwain, president, called the meeting 
to order. "And Ye Came Unto Me" (Matt. 25:36) was chosen as the theme of the 
session 

Mr. Summers led the congreation in singing "We've a Story To Tell To The Nations." 

Mrs. David Beam, president of W. M. U. of New Bethel Church extended a wel- 
come to all. 

Mrs. McSwain recognized the pastors and Mrs. C. C. Warren and Mrs. Shephard 
from the First Church Charlotte as visitors. 

Special music was presented by the Eastside Baptist Church Sunbeam Choir 
and Rhythm Band under the direction of Mr. Summers. 

Patty Davis, Queen Regent in Service of Shelby First Baptist Church, brought our 
devotional. 

Mrs. Harold Causby of Shelby First Baptist Church led the caU to prayer by re- 
embering the missionaries who had birthdays on this day. 

Mrs. Albert WyUe from Churchill Drive Baptist Church presented Debbie Freeman 
and Becky Wright who told in detail the things they did to earn a Citation in Y. W. A.'s 
This presented a real challange to other Y. W. A. girls in our association. 

During the business session it was voted to change our annual meeting date from 
Spring to fall, and combine the meeting with the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
By common concent, it was left up to the in-coming associational W. M. U. officers to 
arrange a budget to meet their needs for the coming year. 

Mrs. McSwain recognized Mrs. Carl L. Hamrick as having served five years as 
Treasurer. She spoke briefly on the joys and priviledge of serving in this capacity. 

Mrs. Clyde Dover was recognized for having served five years as Community 
Mission Chairman. She spoke briefly and compUmented Mrs. McSwain on having 
led the associational W. M. U. for five years in such a marvelous way. 

Mrs. McSwain stated that the associational W. M, U. had earned the "Honor 
Award Certificate" for outstanding work for the past five years, the framed 
certificates were shown. 

In behalf of the nominating committee Mrs. Hugh Long presented their nominees, 
which were also elected and are as follows: W. M. U. Director, Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter; 
Assistant Director, Mrs. S. C. Harrill; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Thomas Austell; W. 
M. S. President, Mrs. Joe Hamrick; Y. W. A. Director, Mrs. Francis Wyatt; G. A. 
Director, Mrs. Joel Jenkins; Sunbeam Director, Mrs. Laura Andrews; Mission 
Action, Mrs. W. P. Biggerstaff; Mission Study, Mrs. Mark Black; Mission Prayer, Mrs. 
J. B. Price. 

Rev. Wilham McKinney led the prayer of dedication. The hymn "O Zion Haste" 
was sung. 

Mrs. McSwain introduced Mrs. C. C. Warren, State Stewardship Director, who 
spoke on the new changes in W. M. U. work. Mrs. Warren stated that we need to 
become personally involved. She said that believing is not enough, and that every 
heart without Christ is a mission field. She illustrated in a clear manner, by use of a 
chart, the changes that are taking place and explained how we fit into this simplified 
organization. 

The closing prayer for the afternoon session and the blessing for the meal which 
followed was given by Rev. William McKinney, Jr. of New Bethel Baptist Church who 
also gave directions concerning the meal and other accomodations. 



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Night Session 

The night session was opened by singing the hymn "To God Be The Glory," 

Dr. Robert Lamb, directed the Dover Baptist Church Youth Choir in presenting 
selections from Good News Folk Cantata collected and arranged by Bob Oldenburg. 

Five Y. W. A. girls from Mt. Sinai Baptist Church led the call to prayer. 

The hymn, "Send The Light" was sung. 

Rev. Joel Jenkins of the New Hope Baptist Church brought a message on 
"The Crusade of Americas". He emphasized that Christ is the only hope and that we 
must put forth every effort in a joint endeavor to win the lost to Christ by having 
one to two weeks of revival April 6 th to April 20th 1969. 

Rev. and Mrs. Wilson Padgett of Eastside Baptist Church sang, "Teach Me To 
Pray". 

Mrs. S. C. Harrill of the Lattimore Baptist Church introduced Mrs. Roy Snell 
missionary to Korea. Mrs. Snell gave our theme interpretation "And Ye Came Unto 
Me" and spoke on her work as a missionary in Korea. 

Mrs. Ed Willis, Chairman of the Resolution Committee, expressed the thanks of the 
group for the hospitaUty, the meal and the churches that were involved in its prepar- 
ation, fellowship, music, leaders and messages. 

To close the 74th Session of the W. M. U. annual meeting, Robert Weatherford of 
the Beaver Dam Baptist Church sang, "Lord Let Me Live For Others", accompanied 
on the piano by Mrs. Pine Withrow. 

In an atmosphere of being more personally involved in winning the lost to Christ 
another session of the Associational W. M. U. closed. 

Respectfully submitted 

Mrs. W. E. McSwain, President 

Mrs. J. B. Price, Secretary 



BY-LAWS FOR ASSOCIATIONAL W.M.U. 

ARTICLE 1: NAME. The name of this org^anization shall be Woman's 
Missionary Union, Auxiliary to the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE II: OBJECT: The object shall be to promote Christian mis- 
sions through the organizations of Woman's Missionary Union in the 
churches and missions of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE III: RELATIONSHIPS. 

Section 1. Woman's Missionary Union, Auxiliary to Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association, shall be the liaison organization between church 
organizations and the N. C. Woman's Missionary Union. 
Section 2. This associational Union shall recognize the autonomy of 
:hurch organizations as provided in the Baptist democratic process of 
operation. 

Section 3. Church organizations shall be recognized as units through 
which the object of this Woman's Missionary Union is accomplished, 
each responsible for its own program, and contributing to the work of 
the association. 

Section 4. This associational Union shall be guided in its plan of work 
by the associational aims for Advancement. 

ARTICLE IV: MEMBERS. The members of Woman's Missionary Un- 
ion organizations in the churches and missions of the Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association shall constitute the membership. 
ARTICLE V: OFFICERS. 

Section 1. The officers shall be a President, Vice-President, Recording 
Secretary, Treasurer, YWA Director, GA Director, Sunbeam Band Di- 
rector, and others as needed. These officers shall be elected annually 
in a meeting of the associational WMU and shall hold office for one 
year or until their successors are elected. The tenure of office shall be 
5 consecutive years. 

Section 2. These officers shall perform the duties set out for them in 
these By-Laws and the leaflet, "The Associational WMU." 

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ARTICLE VI: NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS. 

Section 1, The nominating: committee composed of 5 wom.en shall be 
nominated by the Nominating Committee, and elected by the associa- 
tional WMU to serve for one year. 

Section 2. The nominating committee shall nominate officers and pro- 
motional directors. Other nominations may be made from the floor. 
Section 3. The nominating- committee, in event of a vacancy, shall 
present a nominee for the unexpired term for election by the associa- 
tional WMU (or the Executive Committee). 
ARTICLE VII: MEETINGS. 

Section 1. Day and/or night Associational WMU meetings (including 
business women) shall be held annually. 

Section 2. Other meetings shall be held as authorized by the Executive 
Committee. 

ARTICLE VIII: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ^ 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers, 
promotional directors and any others desired. 

Section 2. The Executive Committee shall schedule the regular meet- 
ings of the organizations, plan the program of activities, hear reports 
and check progress on the Aims for Advancement. 

Section 3. Regular meetings of the Executive Committee shall be held 
quarterly. 

ARTICLE IX: PROMOTIONAL DIRECTORS. 

Section 1. There shall be directors of mission study, prayer, communi- 
ty missions, stewardship, and others as needed. 

Section 2. These directors shall furnish information for corresponding 
local chairmen, hold conferences, and carry out other plans as authorized 
by the Executive Committee. 
ARTICLE X: COMMITTEES. 

Section 1. There shall be committees standing or special as needed. 
Section 2. Committees, except those otherwise provided for, shall be 
appointed by the president. 

Section 3. The president shall be ex-officio member of all committees 
except the nominating committee. 

Section 4. The duties of these committees are such as are set forth 
in these By-Laws and the leaflet, "The Associational WMU." 
ARTICLE XI: FINANCES. 

Section 1. The associational WMU shall adopt an annual budget, funds 
to be provided by WMU organizations in the Association. 
Section 2. These funds will be on 50 cent per W.M.S. member basis, 
and are to be sent to the Associational Treasurer by December 1. 
ARTICLE XII: PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY. The rules con- 
tained in Robert's RULES OF ORDER, REVISED or the Parliamentary 
section in the WMU Year Book shall govern the Union in all cases to 
which they are applicable. 

ARTICLE XIII: AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAWS. These by-laws may 
be amended at any regular meeting of the associational WMU provided 
the amendment has been submitted in writing at a previous meeting. 



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Dr. Robert Lamb 
Box 794, Boiling Springs, N. C. 28017 


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Associational Music Director 

Mr. Van Ramsey 

776 Eastview St., Shelby, N. C. 28150 


CO 
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CHURCH GROUPS IN THE 
KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 



LATTIMORE GROUP: 






Beaver Dam 
Boiling Springs 
Double Springs 


Flint Hill 
Lattimore 
Mount Sinai 


Pleasant Ridge 
Poplar Springs 
Sandy Plains 


POLKVILLE GROUP: 






Carpenter's Grove 
Casar 

Community 
Double Shoals 
Fallston 


Lawndale 
New Bethel 
Norman's Grove 
Plains View 


Polkville 

Union 

Zion 

Elliott Memorial 


SHELBY GROUP: 






Bethel 

Calvary 

Dover 

Eastside 

Highland 


Churchill Drive 
Shelby, First 
Shelby, Second 
Peach Street 
Putnam Memorial 


Zoar 

Lily 

Westover 


KINGS MOUNTAIN GROUP: 




David 

Eastside (KM) 

Faith 

Kings Mountain 

Kings Mountain, First 


Kings Mountain, 2nd 

Macedonia 

New Camp Creek 

Oak Grove 

Oak View 


Patterson Grove 
Piedmont 
Temple 
Westover 


GROVER GROUP: 






Allen Memorial 
Bethany 
Bethlehem 
Grover First 


Love Valley 
Midview 
New Buffalo 
New Hope 


Patterson Springs 
Pleasant Hill 
Victory 


WACO GROUP: 






Buffalo 

Elizabeth 

Emmanuel 


Mull's Memorial 
New Prospect 
Pleasant Grove 


Ross Grove 
Wallace Grove 
Waco 



ZIP CODES FOR OUR AREA 



Atlanta, Ga 30303 

Bessemer City 28016 

Birmingham, Ala 35203 

Blacksburg, S. C 29702 

Boiling Springs 28017 

Casar 28020 

Cherryville 28021 

Dallas, Texas 75201 

Earl 28038 

Ellenboro 28040 

Fallston 28042 

Fort Worth, Texas 761 16 

Gaffney, S. C 29340 

Gastonia 28052 

Grover 28073 



Kings Creek, S.C 29719 

Kings Mountain 28086 

Lattimore 28089 

Lawndale 28090 

Lincolnton 28092 

Memphis, Tenn 38104 

Mooresboro 28114 

Nashville, Tenn 37219 

Polkville 28136 

Raleigh 27603 

Richmond, Va 23230 

Shelby 28150 

Vale 28168 

Waco 28169 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



ne Hundred Nineteenth 
Annual Session 






October 21-22, 1969 



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KINGS 
MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST 
ASSOCIATION 

of 

Cleveland County 

North Carolina 



One Hundred Nineteenth Annual Session 
Held With 

BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH 
PATTERSON SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH 

Tuesday, Wednesday, October 21, 22, 1969 

Next Session With 
ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH, OCTOBER 20, 21, 1970 

Inspirational Sermon Rev. Cline Borders 

Doctrinal Sermon Rev. James Wilder 

Missionary Sermon Rev. J. E. Bishop 

Alternate Rev. Gene Watterson 




Bethlehem Church was organized in 1842 about one mile from the present site under 
the name of White Plains. The old site is marked by a few graves and tombstones. 
The Church was declared debt free in August of 1969. Russell Fitts is pastor. Bill 
McDaniel is music leader. Mrs. Gene Carpenter is secretary. Jack LaU is Sunday 
School superintendent and Homer Harmon is Training Union director. 




The Patterson Station Baptist Church, which is now the Patterson Springs 
Baptist Church, was organized on October 18, 1895, at the old ElUs School House 
in what is now the Eastern section of the Patterson Springs community. The first 
members came from Pleasant Hill, New Hope, and Elizabeth churches. Services 
were held once a month, led by the first pastor, P. R. Elam. 
Rev. Cline Borders served as Interim pastor, August, 1968-September, 1969. 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
CALENDAR 





S M T W T f S 


S M TW T f S 


S M T W T F S 


S M T W T f S 


S M T W I r s 


JAN 


FEB 


MAR 


APR 


MAY 


JUNE 


1 2 5 
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
II 12 13 14 15 16 17 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 


12 3 4 5 6 7 
8 9 10 II 12 13 14 
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 


12 3 4 5 6 7 
8 9 10 II 12 13 14 
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
22 25 24 25 26 27 28 
29 30 31 


12 3 4 
5 6 7 8 9 10 II 
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 


1 2 
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
■125 26 27 28 29 30 


12 3 4 5 6 
7 8 9 10 II 12 13 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 





JANUARY 




FEBRUARY 


1 


New Year's Day 


1 


Baptist World Alhance Day 


5-9 


January Bible Study Week 


2 


Pastors' Conference 


5 


Pastor's Conference 


2-4 


State EvangeUsm Conference, Greensboro 


5-9 


VBS CUnic 






8 


Ministers' Wives Meeting 


5 


Ministers' Wives Meetmg 


11 


Soul Winning Commitment Day 


8 


Race Relations Day 


13 


S. S. Council, Baptist Center 


8-14 


YWA Focus Week 


19 


General Board 


10 


Pastors' Spring Sem. Ex. Class 


19-23 Student Department Seminar 




begins, Westview 


20 


Assoc. S. S. Meeting 


10 


Brotherhood Council, Baptist Center 


22-23 Shaping the 70's Conference, 


13 


YWA Banquet 




First Church, AsheviUe 


15 


Homes for Aging Day & Offering 


25 


Baptist Men's Day 


17 


Assoc. Brotherhood Meeting 




MARCH 


24 


Shaping the 70's Conference, Bethlehem 


1-8 


Week of Prayer, Home Missions 




APRIL 


2 


Pastors' Conference 


3-5 


YWA Convention, Hickory, First 


5 


Ministers' Wives Meeting 


6 


Pastors' Conference 


8 


Home Missions Day In S. S. 


9 


Ministers' Wives Meeting 


10 


T. U. Concil, Baptist Center 


10 


Region VIII Training Convention 


8-15 


Youth Week 


14 


S. S. Council, Baptist Center 


9-13 


Shaping the 70's Seminar, Ridge 


14 


Building Plannmg Conf., Raleigh 




Ridgecrest 


14 


W. M. U. Annual Meeting, 


10-12 WMU Annual Session, Greensboro 




Pleasant Grove 


14 


Assoc. Youth Night 


17-19 Senior Citizens Men's Retreat, 


17 


Training Union Tournaments 




Camp CaRAway 


20 


WMU Council 


17-19 BSU Spring Conference 


20-21 


Baptist Men's Convention & R. A. 


20 


General Board 




Congress 


20-24 Church Membership Training Week 


29 


Easter Sunday 


21 


VBS CUnic 




MAY 


24-25 Week-end RA Camp, Camp CaRAway 


1-3 


Family Camping Week-end, 


26 


Life Commitment Sunday 




Camp CaRAway 




JUNE 


1-3 


Church Training Youth Conv. 


31-1 


WMU Annual Meeting, Denver, Colo. 


3-10 


Christian Home Week 


1-4 


Southern Baptist Conv., Denver 


4 


Pastors' Conference 


12 


YWA Father Appreciation Day 


7 


Ministers' Wives Meeting 


14 


Religious Liberty Sundav 




MetropoUtan Missions Conference 
Charlotte 


15-20 World Missions Week, Southport 




14-20 


Baptist Heritage Week 


9 


RA State Track Meet, Wake Forest 
University 


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19 


T. U. Council, Baptist Center 
W. M. U. Council 


10 Mother's Day, Baptist Hospital Off. 
10-16 GA Focus Week 


21 

23 


Father's Day, College Day Offering 
Assoc. T. U. Meeting 


12 Brotherhood Council, Bap. Gen. 

15 RA Conclave 

15-16 Week-end RA Camp, Camp CaRAway 


29-3 
15 


Week of Christian Study & FeUowship 
Mars HiU College 
Camping Season Opens 


15-16 


Literacy Workshop, Mundo Vista 




17 


Baptist Radio & TV Sunday 






18-19 WMU Leadership Course 




' 


19 


Bro. Assoc, Meeting, Oak Grove 







JULY 


AUG 


SEP 


OCT 


NOV 


DEC 


12 3 4 
5 6 7 S 9 10 II 
12 13 U 15 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 II 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
'i -125 26 27 28 29 


12 5 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 II 12 
15 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 26 29 30 


1 2 5 
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
II 12 15 14 15 16 17 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 28 29 50 31 


12 3 4 5 6 7 
8 9 10 II 12 13 14 
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
22 25 24 25 26 27 28 


1 2 3 4 S 
6 7 8 9 10 1112 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 





JULY 




AUGUST 


4 


Independence Day 


9-15 


Sunbeam Band Focus Week 


12 


Christian Literature Day 


11 


Brotherhood Council, Bap. Cen. 


14 


S. S. Council, Baptist Center 


13-19 WMU Conference, Ridgecrest 


12-18 


Baptist World Congress, Japan 


16-23 Music Expansion Week 


20 


General Board 


18 


Assoc. Brotherhood Meeting 


20-25 World Missions Week, Fruitland 


21 


Briefing Meeting, Assoc. Officers 


21 


Assoc. S. S. Meeting 




High Point 






24 


WMU Prayer Retreat 






24-29 


State BSU Officers' Retreat 






24-30 Week of Prayer, Assoc. Missions 






24-3C 


Language Missions Week 




SEPTEMBER 




OCTOBER 


7 


Labor Day 






10 


Ministers' Wives Meeting 




Cooperative Program Emphasis each 


11-12 


Assoc. Bro. Officers' Training & 




Wednesday Night 




RA Counselors' Retreat, CaRAway 


5 


Pastors' Conference 


14 


Pastors' Conference 


8 


Ministers' Wives Meeting 


14 


Military Ministries 


11 


Biblical Recorder Day 


15 


T. U. Council, Baptist Center 


13 


S. S. Council, Baptist Center 


14-18 


S. S. Area Conventions 


19 


General Board 


18 


W. M. U. Council 


20 


Bldg. Planning Conf., Charlotte 


20 


State Missions Day & Offering 


20-21 


Annual Associational Meeting 


21 


W. M. U. Leadership Conference 




EUzabeth 


21-25 


S. S. Leadership Prep. Week 


25 


American Bible Society Sunday 


25-26 


Baptist Men's Retreat, CaRAway 








NOVEMBER 




DECEMBER 


1 


G. W. C. Ministerial Student Day 


6 


Foreign Missions Day in S. S. 


1-7 


RA Week 


7 


Pastors' Conference 


2 


Pastors' Conference 


8 


T. U. Council, Baptist Center 


5 


Ministers' Wives Meeting 


10 


Ministers' Wives Meeting 


6-8 


BSU FaU Convention 


13 


W. M. U. Council 


10 


Brotherhood Council, Bap. Cen. 


23 


Carol Sing 


17 


Brotherhood- WMU Joint Meeting 


25 


Christmas Day 




Boiling Springs 


27 


Student Night at Christmas 


22 


Thanksgiving Offering for ♦ 


28-29 Young Men's Missions Conference, 




Children's Homes 




Camp CaRAway 


26 


Thanksgiving Day 






29-6 


Week of Prayer, Foreign Missions 






30 


"M" Night 







Pastors' Conference meets on Monday after the first Sunday in the month, September through 
May at the Second Baptist Church, Shelby, at 10:00. 



General Board meets on the third Monday in January, April, July, and October at Second 
Baptist Church, Shelby, at 10:00. 



CONTENTS 

ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICERS: 

BROTHERHOOD 9 

GENERAL OFFICERS 5 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 7 

MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY 7 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT 9 

NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 7 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE - 7 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 

COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION: 

CALENDAR - 7 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 7 

CONSTITUTION „ 6 

EVANGELISM 5 

FINANCE _ 6 

HISTORICAL 6 

MEMBERSHIP 6 

NOMINATIONS _ 6 

ORDER OF BUSINESS 5 

ORDINATIONS _ 6 

PLACE AND PREACHER. _ 6 

RESOLUTIONS 6 

TRUSTEES 7 

DIRECTORY OF MINISTERS: 

ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF EDUCATION . . 8 

LICENSED MINISTERS 8 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 8 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 8 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 8 

ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 8 

PASTORS OF CHURCHES IN THE ASSOCIATION Table A 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION: 

BY-LAWS OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL WMU 27 

MINUTES OF THE WMU ANNUAL SESSION 27 

GENERAL HISTORICAL AND REFERENCE MATERIALS: 

ARTICLES OF FAITH . . SEE MINUTES FOR PRECEEDING YEAR 

CHURCH GROUPS 50 

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS 17 

HISTORICAL DATA (ASSOCIATIONAL MEETINGS) . . R-12 

HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST IN CHURCHES 15 

MAP OF THE ASSOCIATION Center 

MESSENGERS ATTENDING ASSOCIATIONAL MEETING . . 10 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL MEETING 22 

ZIP CODE LISTINGS 50 

VISITORS 12 

DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 13 



REPORTS: 

ANNUITY BOARD R-2 

BEAUTIFICATION R-5 

BIBLICAL RECORDER 25 

CHILDREN'S HOMES R-4 

DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS _ _ 13 

FOREIGN MISSIONS R-2 

GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE R-8 

HISTORIAN'S REPORT 24 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 26 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 13 

SUNDAY SCHOOL R-4 

TRAINING UNION _ 25 

WMU 27 

GENERAL BOARD: 

SUMMARY OF WORK OF BOARD R-7 

BUDGET R-11 

HOME MISSIONS _ . _ R-2 

HOME FOR AGING R-5 

LIBRARIAN'S R-6 

MEMORIALS _ 13 

MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY _ R-7 

MUSIC MINISTRY _ R-13 

ORDER OF BUSINESS (Program) R-1 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE R-7 

RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES R-9 

SUNDAY SCHOOL _ _ _ _ . R-4 

TREASURER'S R-10 

TRUSTEES. R-7 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION R-3 

CHURCH OFFICERS: 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS _ _ Table E 

CHAIRMEN OF DEACON BOARDS Table I 

CLERKS _ _ _ Table H 

MUSIC DIRECTORS _ Table D 

PASTORS _ Table A 

PIANISTS OR ORGANISTS _ Table D 

SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS Table B 

TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS Table C 

TREASURERS _ Table G 

WMU PRESIDENTS _ Table F 

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP Table A 



OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 

Moderator: Rev. James Stamey 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Vice-Moderator: Rev. Russell Fitts Route 2, Kings Mountain 

Clerk-Treasurer: Mr. Joseph Cabaniss 814 Parkwood Rd., Shelby 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Rev. James Stamey (Chairman) 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Rev. Harold Threatt (S. S. Sup't.) R-9, Box 157, Shelby 

Rev. Edward H. Sessom (T. U. Dir.) R-5, Shelby 

Mr. John H. Hendrick (Bro. Dir.) R-5, Shelby 

Mrs. W. D. Ledbetter (W. M. U. Dir) Box 848, Shelby 

Mr. Van Ramsey (Music Dir.) 776 Eastvievt' St., Shelby 

Mrs. E. T. Bailey (Organist) 613 Lineberger St., Shelby 

Rev. Russell Fitts (Vice-Moderator ) R-2, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Joseph Cabaniss (Clerk-Treasurer) 814 Parkwood Rd., Shelby 

Rev. Wilson Padgett (Evangelism Chairman) 1012 Buffalo St., Shelby 

Mr. R. K. Jones (Finance Chairman) R-4, Shelby 

Hamrick & Redding (Auditors) 418 W. Warren St., Shelby 

Dr. Wyan Washburn (Historian) Boiling Springs 

Miss Ruby Irvin (Librarian) 1012 N. Lafayette St., Shelby 

Rev. C. O. Greene (Sup't. of Missions) Box 24, Shelby 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

Rev. Robert Mann, Chairman 1971 Kings Mountain 

Rev. W. C. McKinney, Jr. 1971 Lawndale 

Mrs. Odell Benton 1970 Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Wilson Harmon 1970 Waco 

Rev. Max Evington 1972 R-3, Shelby 

Mr. J. D. Baldree 1972 Shelby 

ORDER OF BUSINESS COMMITTEE 

Mr. Hubert Dixon, Chairman 1971 Boihng Springs 

Rev. James Stamey (Moderator) 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Joseph E. Cabaniss (Clerk-Treasurer) . 814 Parkwood Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Van Ramsey (Music Chairman) 776 Eastview St., Shelby 

Mr. Fred Denton 1970 Lawndale 

Rev. Russell Hinton 1972 R-2, Box 331, Kings Mountain 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE 

Rev. Cline Borders, Chairman 1971 Lawndale 

Rev. Roland Leath 1970 Box 1352, Shelby 

Mr. Hugh DiUingham 1972 R-6, Shelby 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

Rev. Wilson Padgett, Chairman 1971 1012 Buffalo St., Shelby 

Rev. Joe Sanders 1971 411 Peach St., Shelby 

Rev. Harry Vance 1970 411 York Rd., Kings Mountain 



Mr. Fred McBrayer 1970 Shelby 

Mr. James Petty 1972 R-2, Shelby 

Mr. Ralph Spangler 1972 R-5, Shelby 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Mr. R. K. Jones, Chairman 1970 R-4, Shelby 

Mr. Joseph E, Cabaniss (Clerk-Treasurer) 814 Parkwood Rd., Shelby 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. 1971 R-4, Shelby 

Rev. Frank Shirley 1972 611 Gantt St., Kings Mountain 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Rev. C. C. Crow, Chairman 1970 765 Lowery St., Shelby 

Rev. Darrell Saunders 1971 R-1, Shelby 

Rev. W. V. Tarlton 1972 R-7, Shelby 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Rev. E. C. WiUingham, Chairman 1971 Casar 

Mr. WiUard Boyles 1970 Kings Mountain 

Mr. B. H. Hopper 1970 Earl 

Mr. Jack Dover 1971 Lattimore 

Rev. Wilson Harmon 1972 Waco 

Mr. CarlDeBrew 1972 R-3, Shelby 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

Rev. U. A. McManus, Jr., Chrm. 1970 Grover 

Mr. Thomas Petty 1971 R-3, Shelby 

Mr. George Hamrick 1972 Shelby 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Rev. Wayne Ashe, Chairman 1972 R-2, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Clay Cabaniss 1970 R-5, Shelby 

Mr. John A. Blanton, Jr. 1971 R-4, Shelby 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Rev. James Rice, Chairman 1971 824 ChurchiU Drive, Shelby 

Mrs. Paul Lancaster 1970 Kings Mountain 

Mr. Fred Flowers - 1972 Shelby 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Dr. Wyan Washburn, Chairman Boiling Springs 

Mr. Hubbard Hamrick 1970 Shelby 

Mr. G. T. Cabaniss 1970 R-5, Shelby 

Rev. Max Linnens 1971 Boiling Springs 

Mrs. Allen Jolley 1971 Box 786, Kings Mountain 

Mr. H. C. Wilson . 1972 Shelby 

Mrs. David Beam 1972 Lawndale 

PLACE & PREACHER COMMITTEE 

Rev. U. A. McManus, Jr., Chairman Grover 

Mr. Oren Wyatt R-2, Shelby 

Mrs. Joe Hamrick R-5, Shelby 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Mrs. Harold Causby, Chairman Shelby 

Mr. WaUace Home Shelby 

Mr. Buford Self Shelby 

Rev. Russell Hinton R-3, Box 331, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Raymond Crook Box 255, Polkville 

CALENDAR COMMITTEE 

Rev. Russell Fitts, Chairman R-2, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Harold Threatt (S. S. Supt.) R-9, Box 157, Shelby 

Rev. Edward Sessom (T. U. Director) R-5, Shelby 

Mr. John H. Hendrick (Bro. Director) R-5, Shelby 

Mrs. W. D. Ledbetter (WMU Director) Box 848, Shelby 

Mr. Van Ramsey (Music Director) Box 1352, Shelby 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Children's Homes: Rev. Russell Fitts R-2, Kings Mountain 

Baptist Homes for Aging: Mr. Walter Davis R-5, Shelby 

Baptist Hospital: Dr. John Hamrick 1002 Kings Rd., Shelby 

Baptist Colleges: Dr. Eugene Poston Boihng Springs 

World Missions: Rev. Oscar Funderburke R-8, Shelby 

Annuity Board: Rev. W. P. Biggerstaff R-5, Shelby 

Christian Literature: Rev. T. W. Bray Shelby 

Cooperative Program: Mr. Carlos Young 922 Sumter St., Shelby 

TRUSTEES 

W. H. Dodd 1970 Waco 

Gail Bridges 1971 Boihng Springs 

L. T. Hamrick 1972 866 W. Marion St., Shelby 

NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

Mr. Carlos Young 1970 922 W. Sumter St., Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

President: Rev. Joseph Sanders 411 Peach St., Shelby 

1st Vice-President: Rev. Russell Fitts R-2, Kings Mountain 

2nd Vice-President: Rev. W. C. McKinney, Jr Box 77, Lawndale 

Secretary: Rev. Fred McGehee, Jr R-1, Lawndale 

Chorister: Rev. Harold Threatt R-9, Box 157, Shelby 

Pianist: Rev. Dale Clark R-3, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE MINISTERS' WIVES 

President: Mrs. B. J. Traywick R-5, Shelby 

1st Vice-President: Mrs. Max Evington R-3, Shelby 

2nd Vice-President: Mrs. George Julian Box 706, Kings Mountain 

Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs. Albert Hastings ...... R-2, Box 611, Kings Mountain 

Publicity Chairman: Mrs. Lowell Spivey 3024 Delano Place, Shelby 

Mrs. Edward H. Sessom R-5, Shelby 



ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Mrs. P. A. Cline, Jr., (ME) Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Thurmond Copeland (MM&ME), 775 Lowery St., Shelby Calvary 

Robert L. Decker, (MM&ME) 315 Elizabeth Ave., Shelby Elizabeth 

Allen Jolley, (MM&ME), 701 King St., Kings Mtn Kings Mtn., First 

Roland Leath (AP&ME), Box 1360, Shelby Shelby, First 

W. J. McSwain, (AP), R-1, Shelby Wallace Grove 

Van Ramsey (MM) Shelby Shelby, First 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 

Morrisett, Stephen Boiling Springs 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Sain, Howard, R-3, Lawndale Carpenter's Grove 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

Crawford, Leuis, R-2, Box 615B, Kings Mtn David 

Shelton, Odus, 704 Sipes St., Kings Mtn New Buffalo 

Sparks, Charles, 1009 Sherwood Lane, Kings Mtn Kings Mtn., First 

Walker, Glenn, R-5, Shelby PolkviUe 

Young, H. Fields, III, 1008 W. Sumter St., Shelby Shelby, First 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Champion, Randy, R-2, Lawndale Plains View 

Cockerham, Ricky, Boiling Springs Zoar 

Crawford, Louis, R-2, Box 615B, Kings Mtn David 

Edwards, H. Wray, R-2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

Howell, T. G. Jr., 1547 Kings Road, Shelby Bethel 

Jolley, R. AUen, 701 King Street, Kings Mtn Kings Mtn., First 

McSwain, W. A., R-2, Kings Mtn David 

McSwain, W. J., R-1, Shelby Wallace Grove 

MiUsaps, Floyd, 1104 Lakeview St., Shelby Westview 

Millwood, Gene, 7 Winder Street, Shelby Wallace Grove 

Minnix, Mike, R-7, Shelby Mull's Memorial 

Murphy, Sam, Cleveland Hotel, Apt. 2, Shelby Shelby, Second 

Sailors, Roger, R-3, Lawndale Plains View 

Sparks, Charles, 1009 Sherwood Lane, Kings Mtn Kings Mtn., First 

Tysinger, Mike, R-3, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Walker, Glenn, R-5, Shelby PolkviUe 

Willis, Don, R-1, Shelby MuU's Memorial 

Wilkie, Darvin, 1325 Eastview St., Shelby Bethel 

Young, H. Fields, III, 1008 W. Sumter S., Shelby Shelby, First 

ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Abrams, R. W. (OM, Ed.) Box 823, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Allen, Dr. Garland (OM, Ed.) Box 801, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Ballard, Dr. Thomas (OM, Ed.) Box 763, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Benson, Dr. Stanley (OM, Ed.) No address Boiling Springs 

Blankenship, Ernest (OM, Ed.) Box 852, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Borders, Cline W. (OM, CW) Box 308, Lawndale New Bethel 

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Burgin, Max E. (Ch.) Texas Union 

Bray, T. W. (OMR) 748 Vale St., Shelby Ross Grove 

Cline, P. A., Jr. (OM, Ed.) Box 854, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Cloninger, John (OM) 307 Cloninger St., Kings Mtn Macedonia 

Crow, C. C. (OM, R) 765 Lowery St, Shelby Westview 

Elliott, E. S. (OM, R) 118 Grover St., Shelby EUzabeth 

Fite, Harold (OM) R-7, Shelby Eastside, Shelby 

Freeman, Charles (OM, Ed.) Box 832, Boiling Springs Plains View 

Freeman, Joe, (OM) Midpines, Kings Mtn Midview 

Greene, C. O. (OM, DW) R-1, Lawndale Double Shoals 

Hardin, N. S. (OMR) R-2, Kings Mtn David 

Harrill, Hugh F. (OMR) R-4, Shelby Lattimore 

Hicks, J. J. (OMR) R-2, Kings Mtn Pleasant Hill 

Hewitt, Furman (OM, Ed.) 3018 Lakeview St, Shelby Westview 

Hoyle, Clarence (OMI) 315 S. Martin St, Shelby Shelby, First 

Hughes, Durham (OMR) R-9, Shelby . Pleasant Hill 

Jenkins, J. L. (OMR) Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Lamb, Dr. Robert (OM, Ed.) Box 794, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Lehman, J. Edward (OMR) 811 W. Sumter, Apt 1, Shelby Shelby, First 

Lewis, Dr. Thruman (OM, Ed.) Box 234, Boiling Springs BoiUng Springs 

Lykins, Noel (OM, Ed.) 508 E. Graham, Shelby Westview 

Malone, Frank (OMR) 728 Blanton St, Shelby Shelby, First 

Matthews, B. H. (OMI) R-2, Kings Mtn Bethlehem 

McGinnis, Fletcher (OMR) EUenboro Beaver Dam 

McAlister, James (OM, Ed) Box 238, Boiling Springs Boihng Springs 

McSwain, Don (OM, Ch.) Ft Eustis, Va. , . Shelby, First 

Murrell, Dr. M. Vann (OM, Ed.) Box 901, Boiling Springs Boihng Springs 

Nodine, Herman W. (OMI) 309 Miles Road, Shelby Westview 

Passmore, Eugene (OM) 2007 Kings Road, Shelby Elizabeth 

Pennington, Herman (OM) R-6, Shelby New Camp Creek 

Poston, Carl (OMI) Box 627, Shelby Shelby, First 

Poston, Dr. Eugene (OM, Ed) Box 792, Boiling Springs BoiUng Springs 

Proctor, Dr. Dan (OM, Ed) R-3, Riverbend Acres, Shelby BoiUng Springs 

Propst R. Albert (OM, Ch) San Diego, CaUf. Shelby, First 

Ramsaur, Bill (OMI) R-2, Lawndale Plains View 

Redmon, W. H. (OMR) 200 Fairview St, Kings Mtn Kings Mtn., Second 

Ross, Sherman (OMR) R-5, Shelby WaUace Grove 

Sandifer, C. L. (OM, Ed) BoiUng Springs Pleasant Ridge 

Smith, Yates (I) R-1, Grover Patterson Springs 

SorreUs, Paul, (OM, Ed) Box 352, BoiUng Springs Poplar Springs 

Spivey, Dr. E. L. (OMR) 3024 Delano Place, Shelby Westview 

Stepp, Emmett (OMI) R-3, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Trexler, Robert (OM, Ed) Box 304, BoiUng Springs BoiUng Springs 

Walker, C. W. (OMR) R-2, Shelby BoiUng Springs 

Wood, Dr. A. B. (OMR) 413 Stroud Road, Shelby Westview 

ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS 

Director: Rev. Harold Threatt R-9, Box 157, Shelby 

Outreach: Rev. Fred McGehee, Jr R-1, Lawndale 

Secretary: Mrs. Recca Bingham R-6, Shelby 

V. B. S. Sup't: Rev. James Rice 823 ChurchiU Drive, Shelby 

Department Superintendents 

Preschool: Mr. WiUard Boyles R-3, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. R. E. Roberts 818 N. Piedmont Ave., Kings Mountain 

CHILDREN: Mrs. Odell Benton 

Mrs. L. P. WiUiams 807 Brittain Drive, Shelby 

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Youth: Mrs. Joseph Sanders 411 Peach Street, Shelby 

Rev. Russell Fitts R-2, Kings Mountain 

Adults: Mr. Hugh Dover 103 Dellinger Road, Shelby 

Rev. C. O. Greene Box 24, Shelby 

Group Superintendents 

Waco: Rev. Wilson Harmon Box 79, Waco 

Shelby: Rev. Joseph Sanders 411 Peach Street, Shelby 

Lattimore: Rev. J. E. Bishop R-2, Shelby 

Grover: Rev. U. A. McManus, Jr Box 237, Grover 

Polkville: Rev. E. C. Willingham, Jr Casar 

Kings Mountain: Rev. Harry Vance 411 York Road, Kings Mountain 

MESSENGERS ATTENDING THE ASSOCIATION 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Rev. George Thornburg, Mr. & Mrs. George Fitch, Mrs. C. L. 

Owensby. 
BEAVER DAM: Rev. & Mrs. Oscar Funderburke, Mr. & Mrs. W. F. McGinnis, Mr. 

& Mrs. Carson Hamrick, Ida Callahan, Mrs, M. H. Hamrick, Mr. V. C. Justice. 
BETHANY: Mrs. James Sanders, Mrs. Margaret Neely, Mrs. Clifford Bowen, Mrs. 

Greer Blackburn. 
BETHEL: Dr. Ernest Arnold. 
BETHLEHEM: Rev. & Mrs. Russell Fitts, Mr. & Mrs. W. D. Ledbetter, Mr. & Mrs. 

Bill McDaniel, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Lancaster, Miss Edna Hemdon, Clyde Randall, 

Mrs. Hal Morris, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Morris, Edith Reynolds, Mrs. Lee McDaniel, 

Mrs. Annie McDaniel, Mrs, Charles W. Lail, Mrs. Maggie Lail, Frances Lail, 

Fred Tate, Mrs. Fred Tate, Mrs. C. C. Whisnant, Homer Paeagin, Lula Paeagin, 

Greg Tate, Dub Blalock, BiU Wise, Glenn Harmon, Lawrence Bolin, Lynn Bolin, 

Tommy Fitts, Mrs. Kay Bolin, Lalage Hord, Larry Appling, Gloria Appling, 

Miles Seism, C. A. Spearman, Mrs. C. A. Spearman, Nelson Dixon. 
BOILING SPRINGS: Rev. Max Linnens, Mr. & Mrs. Hubert C. Dixon, Dr. Wyan 

Washburn, Rev. J. L. Jenkins, Mr. & Mrs. R. F. Lancaster, Dr. Eugene Poston. 
BUFFALO: Rev. & Mrs. A. C. Phipps, Mrs. Hudson Hoyle, Sandra Champion, Mrs. 

Hugh Lackey, Mr . & Mrs. W. C. Vermillion, Mrs. Homer Williams. 
CALVARY: Rev. W. Wilson Payne, Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Stroup, Mrs. Charlie Mode, 

Bessie Cartee, J. S. Cook. 
CARPENTER'S GROVE: Rev. & Mrs. D. Boyd Cannon, Mrs. Yates Warlick, BiU 

Dixon, Mrs. Margaret Dixon. 
CASAR: Rev. Elford Willingham, A. A. Pruett, Mr. & Mrs.C. A. Brittain. 
CHURCHILL DRIVE: Rev. James Rice, Mr. & Mrs. Herman Best, Mrs. Billy Gene 

Lazenby. 
DAVID: Rev. & Mrs. A. R. Hastings, Rev, & Mrs. N. S. Hardin, Mr. & Mrs. Perry 

McSwain, Mrs, Sam Lovelace. 
DOUBLE SHOALS: Rev. & Mrs. Fred D. McGehee, Jr., Rev. & Mrs. C. O. Greene, 

Mr. & Mrs. C. M. Spangler, Mrs. A. P. Spangler, C. R. Spangler, M. D. Harrill, 

Mr. & Mrs. A. S. Spangler, Plato Champion. 
DOUBLE SPRINGS: Rev. & Mrs. C. A. Kirby, Jr., Plato Crowder, Mrs. Plato Crowder, 

Mrs. C. C. Padgett, Mrs. A. L. Calton, Mrs. W. H. Gardner, Mrs. L. O. Hamrick, 

Mrs. Herchel Wilson, B. B. Scruggs. 
DOVER: Rev. & Mrs. E. M. Smith, John W. Simmone, Mrs. E. T. Bailey, Mr. & Mrs. 

Clyde Bridges, Mrs. E. E. Hensley, Mrs. Harol Wright, Mrs. Bobby M. White, 

Mrs. W. H. Jackson, Mrs. Carl McClellan, Mrs. A. B. Nanney. 
EASTSIDE, KM: Rev. & Mrs. Harry D. Vance, Lawrence Lowrance, Mrs. Hilda 

Lowrance, Edythe Self, Mrs. Peggy Brooks, Mrs. Minnie Wright. 
EASTSIDE, S: Rev. & Mrs. Wilson Padgett, Mrs. Russell Craig, Mrs. Vance Jenkins, 

Mrs. Cleatus Smith, Mrs. J. Max Greene, Mrs. Oren Huskey. 
ELIZABETH: Rev. & Mrs. James Stamey, Robert L. Decker, Rev. & Mrs. E. S. 

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ElUott, Mr. & Mrs. G. A. Spake, Ralph Wright, Buford Self, Mrs. Jerry Dycus, 

Sherri Dycus, Ralph Hord, Mrs, Ralph Hord, Mr. & Mrs. George Dover. 
EMMANUEL: Rev. Fred Cartee, S. E. Bowman. 

FAITH: Rev. & Mrs. Robert Hicklin, Mrs. Diana Hamrick, Joyce Bridges. 
FALLSTON: Rev. H. R. Cathey, Wyte Royster, Lala Stemey, Mrs. Ruby Swink. 
FLINT HILL: Rev. Edward Brown, Ralph Blanton, Mrs. Rex Ledbetter, Mrs. Albert 

Hamrick, Ruth Byars, Mrs. Palmer Gold. 
GROVER, FIRST: Rev. U. A. McManus, Jr., Mrs. Alfred CoUins, Ethel Martin, 

Grady Ross, Mrs. Grady Ross, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beam, Frank Royster, Mrs. 

B. F. Bird. 
HIGHLAND: Rev. J. Edward Lehman, Mrs. Ray Bridges. Wilene Smith, Mrs. R. M. 

Porter 
KINGS MOUNTAIN: Rev. James M. Wilder, Mrs. Glee A. Bridges, Mrs. Eugene 

Roberts, Mrs. J. E. Hullender, Mrs. Nevette Hughes, Mrs. B. O. Weaver. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN, FIRST: Rev. Robert C. Mann, Allen Jolley, Mrs. Earl Ledford, 

Roy Mauney, Black Leonard, Fred Weaver, W. A. Williams, Mrs. J. M. Rhea, 

Mrs. M. C. Amos, Mrs. Earl Ledford. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN, SECOND: Rev. Mike Minnix, Mrs. S. O. Kirby, Mrs. C. M. 

Lankford, Mrs. John W. Gladden, Mrs. E. B. Merck. 
LATTIMORE: Rev. & Mrs. James Wall, LiUie Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Lee, 

Mrs. John S. Blanton, Mrs. James CornweU, Mr. & Mrs. Jack Dover. 
LAWNDALE: Rev. Wayne Dixon, Fred Beam, Fred Denton. 
LILY MEMORIAL: Rev. Robert Trexler, Ronald Nanney, Mrs. Thomas Strickland, 

T. L. Morrison, Mrs. Forest Whisnant, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Norman White, Noah Hoppes, 

Thelma Hoppes, Delane Hoppes, Michael Jones. 
LOVE VALLEY: Mrs. J. R. VanDyke, John O. VanDyke, Mrs. Ollie VanDyke. 
MACEDONIA: Rev. Wayne Ashe, Mrs. Wayne Ashe, Mrs. Dean Spears, Annie 

Montgomery, Mrs. Ray Wright, Ruth H. Lynn, Vada B. Herndon, Flossie Cloninger. 
MID VIEW: Rev. John S. Frazier, Harry Roberts, Jr. 
MOUNT SINAI: Rev. Robert S. Low, Mrs. Sidney Ledbetter, Mrs. Carl S. Bridges, 

Mrs. Elsie Glenn, Mrs. Evelyn Ledbetter. 
MULLS MEMORIAL: Rev. John T. Edwards, Mack Hyder, Jim Bowman. 
NEW BETHEL: Rev. W. C. McKinney, Jr., Mrs. W. C. McKinney, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. 

T. S. Putnam, Charlotte Beam, Lula Mae Borders, Donny Borders, Mrs. CUne 

Borders. 
NEW BUFFALO: Rev. & Mrs. George Willis. 

NEW CAMP CREEK: Rev. & Mrs. Howard Sain, H. A. Haskin, Mrs. Ruby Haskin. 
NEW HOPE: Rev. C. C. Crow, Thelma Earl, Mr. & Mrs. B. H. Hopper, Mr. & Mrs. 

Paul Turner, Mr. & Mrs. J. H. TuUoh, Mrs. Pinkney Poston, Mrs. Odell Sepaugh, 

Mrs. C. C. Sepaugh, C. L. Mooney, Mrs. Seth Runyan, Mrs. Marion Morehead, Mrs. 

Lee Lavender. 
NEW PROSPECT: Rev. Darrell Saunders, Mrs. J. F. Poston, J. F. Poston, Mr. & 

Mrs. D. M. Beam, Mrs. Yates Sperling. Mrs. A. A. Carpenter 
NORMAN'S GROVE: Rev. & Mrs. John A. HaUman, Mr. & Mrs. Wulson Welhnon. 
OAK GROVE: Rev. Russell Hinton, Mrs. Melvin Lovelace, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Greene, 

Mrs. Edward Davis, Mrs. Stokes Wright, F. C. Ware, W. A. Wright, Mrs. Carl 

Davis. 
OAK VIEW: Rev. & Mrs. C. C. Bundy, Fred Wells, John H. Caldwell, Joe Farris. 
PATTERSON GROVE: Mr. Eugene Patterson. 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Rev. CUne Borders. Mr. & Mrs. B. M. Bowen. Mrs. Eh 

McSwain, Harold Jackson, W. C. Murray, Mrs. Cecil Murray, Mrs. Jake 

Runyans, Margaret Green, Sarah Long, Margaret Fox, Mrs. Clarence Smith, 

Mrs. C. F. McSwain, Mrs. Rufus Clark, Mrs. Delia Borders, Johnny T. Miller, 

Mr. B. L. Bowen, Yates Smith, Mrs. Clarence Smith, Mrs. Broadus Bowen. 
PLAINS VIEW: Rev. & Mrs. Dean Coffey, Alton Randy Champion. 



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PLEASANT GROVE: Rev. & Mrs. E. H. Sessom, Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Elliott, Mr. & 

Mrs. Sherman B. Costner, Mrs. Charles Wright, Mrs. Charles Propst, Mrs. W. C. 

Wright, Mrs. Joe S. Hamrick. 
PLEASANT HILL: Rev. Charles Propst, Mrs. Charles Lail, Mrs. Dewitt Anthony, 

R. M. Dover, Mrs. Hugh Dover, Martin Moore, Mrs. James McNeilly. 
PLEASANT RIDGE: Rev. Max Evington, Mr. & Mrs. Yates Hamrick, Mrs. P. A. 

Brantley, Etna Holland, Arbagi Winn, Elmer DeLozier. 
POLKVILLE: Rev. Raymond Crook, Mrs. W. Y. Horn. 
POPLAR SPRINGS: Rev. & Mrs. J. E. Bishop, Mrs. & Mrs. Purvis Wesson, Mr. & 

Mrs. Tommy Wright 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Rev. Harold Threatt, Maynard Ledford, Mrs. Claude Jones, 

Jr., Jerry Lankford, Mrs. Fred Lynn, Mrs. Colon Hamrick. 
ROSS GROVE: Rev. W. V. Tarlton, Dale Wright, Mrs. Ray HaUman, Mrs. Ed Willis, 

Mrs. Clyde Dover, Mrs. Carl Dedmon, Mrs. L. H. Ledford, Lalene Grigg. 
SANDY PLAINS: Rev. & Mrs. Dale Clark, Mrs. C. P. Greene, Mrs. Fay Whitaker, 

Mrs. R. L. Humphries, Mrs. J. P. Walker, Mrs. Thomas Petty, Mrs. J. B. Price, 

Mrs. Ethel Philbeck, J. B. Hoyle. 
SHELBY, FIRST: Rev. Roland Leath, Van Ramsey, Lloyd C. Bost, Mrs. Joe E. 

Cabaniss, Mrs. Harold Causby, Horace Easom, J. Carver Wood, Carlos Young, 

Mrs. E. B. Hill, Laura Comwell, Mrs. Fred B. Hendricks, Mrs. O. V. Hamrick, 

Mrs. C. Rush Hamrick, Mrs. Rush Stroup, Mrs. Yates Harris, Mrs. Hershel Greene, 

Mrs. Leslie McBrayer, Mrs. S. R. Garver. 
SHELBY, SECOND: Rev. Joe Sanders. 
TEMPLE: Rev. Frank Shirley, Mrs. Annie JoUey, Mrs. T. F. Ware, Mrs. Joe Camp, 

Gary Osbum. 
UNION: J. C. Campbell 
VICTORY: Rev. E. O. Gore, A. P. Logan, Mrs. Robert Caveny, Mrs. Shirley Caveny, 

Mrs. Elmer Hardin. 
WACO: Rev. & Mrs. J. W. Harmon, Mrs. G. G. Rollins, Mrs. Hey ward Moss, Mrs. J. L. 

Black, Mrs. Glenn Angel, Mr. & Mrs. J. O. Whitworth, W. H. Lutz, Marjorie Burton, 
WESTOVER: Rev. Archie Chapman, Mr. Barber, Mr. Peeler, Ralph Towery. 
WEST VIEW: Rev. W. J. Yeaman, Jr., Dr. E. L. Spivey, Jimmy Tucker, Miss 

Marguerite Martin, Bobby McSwain, John B. Spangler, K. L. Dingier, H. W. 

Nodine, Mrs. Inez Noles, Mr. & Mrs. T. H. Young. 
ZION: Rev. & Mrs. B. J. Tray wick, E. K. McSwain, Rev. W. P. Biggerstaff, Walter 

Davis, Mrs. Walter Davis, Mrs. E. K. McSwain, Claude D. Haynes, Mrs. J. F. 

Williams, Mrs. W. T. Home, Mrs. Joe E. Blanton, Jr. 
ZOAR: Rev. Dan Jolley, J. Rector Robbins, Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Dover, Mrs. Carl Ray 

Allen, Debbie AUen, Mrs. W. C. S tailings, Mrs. Ray Lloyd, Mrs. W. Yancey Ellis, 

Mrs. Maynard Ware, Annie Humphries. 

VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE THE ASSOCIATION 



W. C. Lamb, Raleigh 
Marse Grant, Raleigh 
Rev. W. G. Camp, Sandy Run 
Mrs. E. D. Houser, Charlotte 
S. L. Lamm, Green River 
Albert Ponder, Shelby 



Thomas Starkes, Atlanta, Georgia 
Horace Barefoot, Liberty 
Mrs. W. G. Camp, Sandy Run 
Ralph Lail, Gaffney, S. C. 
Charles B. Summey, Gaston 
Samuel A. Roper, Ebeneezer 



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DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 

Disbursements for local work $ 2,584,051,00 

Total for Missions 494,301.00 

Cooperative Program 226,245.00 

Children's Homes 13,843.00 

State Missions 6,813.00 

Home Missions 25,483.00 

Foreign Missions 86,286.00 

Hospitals 7,503.00 

Homes for Aging 4,228.00 

Christian Education 45,588.00 

Associational Missions 19,266.00 

Disbursements for all Purposes 3,078,352.00 

Buildings and Equipment 

Total Receipts for all Purposes 2,686,137.00 

Gifts: Per Church Member 104.12 

Per Member-Coop. Program 8.85 

Per Member-All Missions 19.23 

Baptisms 518.00 

Church Membership 25,700.00 

Sunday School EnroUment 18,883.00 

Training Unions 59.00 

Training Union Enrolhnent 4,720.00 

Music Ministry EnroUment 3,797.00 

Vacation Bible Schools 63.00 

Vacation Bible School EnroUment 6,251.00 

Pastor's Salaries 367,347.00 

Property Values 11,718,250.00 

REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

BE IT RESOLVED that we, the messengers who compose this 119th Annual Meeting 
of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association: 

1. Express to our host churches, Bethlehem and Patterson Springs, their pastors, 
their group of churches, and a helpful group of workers, our appreciation for 
their graciousness and many acts of kindness to us during the occasion of our 
meeting. 

2. Express our appreciation to the Program Committee for the planning and 
preparation of an excellent program; and to aU program personnel for providing 
information and inspiration for those in attendance. 

3. Commend our Moderator, James Stamey, for the fine spirit in which he has 
guided us through the 119th Annual Meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association. 

4. Express our appreciation to the retiring officers of our Association for their 
work, and covenant to pray for those who have been elected to lead us this 
associational year. 

5. Press on in our churches toward the mark of the high calling of God in 
Christ Jesus, our Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, 
_ Mrs. Paul Lancaster 

Mrs. Lee AUen 
James Rice, Chairman 

MEMORIALS 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Mrs. Irene Reynolds. 

BETHANY: Mr. R. H. Ponder, (Deacon), Mr. Hoyle Moss. 



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BETHEL: Mr. Carl Ernest, Mr. Dewey Howell, Mr. Jerry Hoyle, Mr. Tom Humphries, 

Mr. Tom Leigh, Mr. Kelly Nanny, Mrs. John Page, Mr. Joe Traylor, Mr. R. J. Wood, 

Mrs. Eva Hamrick, Mr. Elsie Grigg. 
BEAVER DAM: Mr. R. W. McCurry (Deacon), Mr. Carl Padgett, Mrs. Carl Padgett 
BETHLEHEM: Mrs. R. F. Elam. 
BOILING SPRINGS: Mr. Ladd W. Hamrick, Mr. F. B. Hamrick, Mr. Cobros Blanton, 

Mr. Stephen Morrissett (Deacon), Mr. Grady Blanton, Mr. A. Harold Hamrick. 
BUFFALO: Mr. Walter Kale (Deacon), Mrs. Buren Dedmon, Mrs. James Gray, Mrs. 

E. C. PhiUips. 
CALVARY: Mrs. J, A. Bridges, Mrs. Broadus Arrowood, Mr. Lewis Dobbins, Mr. 

George Gaskey, Mrs. Will Griffm, Miss Pattie Hardin, Mr. Crown Lynn, Mr. 

Barney Stone, Mrs. Grady Tessineer. 
CARPENTER'S GROVE: Mr. Michael Bradley. 
CASAR: Mr. Edward Buff, Mr. Ranee Smith, Mrs. Iva Mauney. 

CHURCHILL DRIVE: Mr. Robert Padgett, Sr., Mr. Wilbur Roberts, Mrs. J. O. Talbert. 
COMMUNITY: Mr. Brownlo Head. 

DAVID: Mr. Tilden Ledford, Mr. Hughlon Stroupe, Mrs. John Griggs. 
DOUBLE SHOALS: None. 

DOUBLE SPRINGS: Mr. C. O. Lee, Mr. Carl Pruett, Mrs. O. C. Tomms. 
DOVER: Mrs. J. M. McCraw, Mr. Joel McCraw, Mrs. B. E. Price, Mr. E. E. Hensley. 
EASTSIDE, K. M.: None. 
EASTSIDE, S: Mr. J. F. Alexander, Mrs. W. R. Paige, Mrs. T. H. Upton, Mr. CharUe 

Lail, Mr. Robert Jenkins, Mr. Webb Barnette, Mrs. J. S. Watts. 
ELIZABETH: Mrs. Bryan Poston, Rev. H. E. Waldrop, Randy WaU, Miss Bessie 

Roberts, Mr. O'Neil Bridges, Mrs. V. O. Cline, Mr. McBride Poston. 
ELLIOTT MEMORIAL: None 
EMMANUEL: None 

Miss Bessis Champion, Mr. Garfield Howard 
FALLSTON: Miss Martha S. Royster, Mrs. Kate Stroup, Mr. Grover Ledbetter, Mrs. 

O. J. Fortenburry. 
FLINT HILL: Mr. Claude Anthony, Mr. D. L. Putnam, Mr. A. H. Martin, Mr. Max 

Davis, Mr. Aden Humphries. 
GROVER, FIRST: Mr. B. F. Bird (Deacon), Mr. W. B. Turner (Deacon), Mr. E. A. 

Hambright, Mr. J. B. ElUs (Deacon), Mr. Harold Evans. 
HIGHLAND: Mrs. Mary Roberson. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN: Mr. Hey ward Brooks, Mr. Harold Crawford, Mr. W. H. Houser, 

Mrs. W. G. Hughes, Mrs. Ed Hord, Mr. Andrew Jenkins, Mr. J. D. Hord, Mr. 

J. P. Styers. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN, FIRST: None 
KINGS MOUNTAIN, SECOND: Mr. Eugene Barrett, Mr. Robert Styers, Mrs. Lena 

Goforth, Mrs. Maggie G. Brown. 
LATTIMORE: Mrs. W. G. Grigg, Walter Jones, Mrs. Amos Cooper, J. B. Lattimore, Flay 

ElUs. 
LAWNDALE: Mr. Buford C. Wright. 
LILY MEMORIAL: None 
LOVE VALLEY: None 

MACEDONIA: Mrs. John Cloninger, Mrs. Kossie Wright, Mrs. Joe Foster. 
MIDVIEW: Mrs. Herbert Boheler (Deacon), Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Mr. Walker Arrowood. 
MOUNT SINAI: Mrs. Margaret Hia 
MULL'S MEMORIAL: Miss Kay Ruppe. 
NEW BETHEL: Mrs. Ruby H. Lattimore, Mrs. Mary D. Grigg. 
NEW BUFFALO: Mr. Carl Michael Smith, Mr. Sam Peterson, Mr. Claude Camp, Mr. 

Fred Crotts. 
NEW CAMP CREEK: None. 
NEW HOPE: Mr. R. L. Wyhe, Mrs. James Lee Earl, Mrs. Lunie McSwain, Mr. C L. 

Hammett, Mr. Don Davis, Mr. Claude Lee Lavender, Mrs. Pearl Glenn. 



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NEW PROSPECT: Mr. E. G. Clark, Mrs. Joe Whitesides. 

NORMAN'S GROVE: None. 

OAK GROVE: Mr. K. B. Ledford, Mrs. Bessie Champion, Mrs. Maggie B. Ledford, 

Mrs. Ellen L. Lovelace. 
OAK VIEW: Mr. Furman Anderson. 

PATTERSON GROVE: Mr. Robert Larry DelUnger, Mr. Donald Henderson. 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: None. 
PEACH STREET: None. 

PIEDMONT: Mr. Garfield Howard, Mr. George Shipman, Mrs. Lena Goforth. 
PLAINS VIEW: Mr. Ray Ramsey (Deacon). 
PLEASANT GROVE: Mr. James Costner, Mrs. Myrtle Grayson, Mrs. Valine Hoyle, 

Mr. Worth Hoyle, Odus Ledford, Mr. Luther SeUers, Mr. Morris Williams, Mr. 

John A. Wright. 
PLEASANT HILL: Mr. W. H. Hendrick, Mrs. Elsie Roberts, Mrs. Rebecca Dover. 
PLEASANT RIDGE: Mr. P. C. Blanton (Deacon), Mrs. Mattie Jones. 
POLKVILLE: Mr. John Hunt, Mrs. George Beaver, Mr. Lonnie Scruggs, Mr. J. V. 

Swink. 
POPLAR SPRINGS: Mr. Tom Owensby, Mr. L. E. Hamrick, Mrs. Geneva Wheelus, 

Mr. James DeBrew (Deacon), Mrs. Corene Blanton, Mrs. Buford Hamrick. 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: None. 
ROSS GROVE: Mr. James Dixon. 
SANDY PLAINS: Mr. Glenn Holland, Mr. Joel Williams, Mrs. C. C. Walker, Mrs. 

Johnnie Hayes, Mr. W. B. Petty (Deacon), Mr. D. C. Crowder, Mrs. Daither 

Humphries. 
SHELBY, FIRST: Mr. Worth Branton (Deacon), Mrs. A. P. Poston, Mrs. G. L. 

Bridges, Mr. C. A. Doggett, Mrs. Richard L. Shelton, Mrs. John Norman, Mrs. 

Hazel McCraw Mahanes, Mr. H. Ralph Royster, Mrs. O. Max Gardner, Mrs. E. W. 

Gibbs, Mr. Robert S. Jenkins, Sr. (Deacon), Mr. M. R. Weathers, Mr. Thomas B. 

Hamrick, Mrs. C. F. Leonard, Mrs. C. R. Gibson, Mrs. Keith Moss, Mrs. Baxter 

Kirkpatrick, Mr. Leland Jones, Mr. Grover Green, Mr. W. G. Pendleton. 
SHELBY, SECOND: Mrs. E. D. Jones, Mr. Plato Williams, Mrs. Eary Childers, Mr. 

Archie Hardin. 
TEMPLE (KM): Mr. Robert Peterson. 
UNION: Mr. Burgin L. Grigg, Mr. Hubert Hamrick, Mrs. Frank Grigg, Mr. Norman 

Mauney. 
VICTORY: None. 
WACO: None. 

WALLACE GROVE: Mr. Clyde Putnam. 
WESTOVER: Mrs. Bill Morgan. 
WESTVIEW: Mr. Michael Ward. 
ZION: Mrs. Lowell Yarborough, Mr. Scott Doster. 
ZOAR: Mrs. J. C. Whisnant, Mr. L. H. Henson, Mr. Buford Ware, Mr. Henry Bolton, 

Mrs. M. B. Landers, Mr. Gladys S. Phillips, Mrs. Blanchard Jarrett. 

HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Bought new pews and carpet. 

BETHANY: Installed new heating unit. 

BETHLEHEM: Held dedication - - debt retirement. 

BOILING SPRINGS: Held first service in new church building August 31. 

BUFFALO: Paid off note on Educational Building; installed air conditioning in 

auditorium. 
CALVARY: Called Rev. W. Wilson Payne as pastor. His ministry began April, 1969. 
CARPENTER'S GROVE: Installed new AUen organ. 
COMMUNITY: Built in front of church and installed water cooler. 



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DAVID: Dedicated new activities building. 

DOUBLE SHOALS: Called Rev. Fred D. MeGehee as pastor in February. 

DOUBLE SPRINGS: Paid church debt, note burned 4/6/69. 

EASTSIDE, KINGS MOUNTAIN: Called Rev. Harry D. Vance as pastor, May 10, 1969. 

ELIZABETH: Constructing new educational building at a cost of $240,000.00. 

ELLIOTT MEMORIAL: Rev. A. M. Martin resigned as pastor. May 1, called Rev. 

Norris Davis as supply pastor, June 1, 1969. 
FAITH: Purchased new organ. 
FALLSTON: Ordained Mr. Jean Elliott as deacon. 
GROVER, FIRST: Purchased additional property and began construction of a new 

auditorium. 
HIGHLAND: Renovated sanctuary, air conditioned, added new nursery space, built 

lighted steeple, held dedication. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN, FIRST: Licensed Mr. Charles Sparks to the ministry. 
LATTIMORE: Rev. James P. Wall, III, called as pastor; put new roof on Sanctuary 

and original part of Educational Department. 
LAWNDALE: Called Rev. Wayne Dixon as pastor, May 11; supporting fuUtime 

missionary. Rev Wayne Sorrels. 
LOVE VALLEY: Observed pastor's 25th year as pastor. 
NEW BETHEL: A trust fund of $1000 was set up in memory of Mrs. Kate Wray 

Elam, the proceeds to be transmitted by church to Annie Armstrong and Lottie 

Moon Offerings. 
NEW BUFFALO: Brick veneered church and remodeled the Sanctuary. 
NEW HOPE: . Converted recreation area of basement into Sunday School rooms, 

offices, and choir room. Rev. Joel Jenkins resigned as pastor, called Rev. C. C. 

Crow as Interim Pastor. 
PLAINS VIEW: Constructed bathrooms, paid off church debt, broke ground for new 

parsonage. 
PLEASANT GROVE: Revised church roll, eliminating 56 names. These had died or 

joined other churches. 
POPLAR SPRINGS: In April construction was begun on new building, sanctuary and 

additional educational space; building to cost $291,795. Completion is set for 

April, 1970. 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: In September Putnam Memorial established its own Home 

Mission Board. Now have six missionaries appointed and serving on church field, 

and one volunteer awaiting orientation. 
ROSS GROVE: Moved into new educational building August 17. 
SHELBY, FIRST: Called Rev. Gene L. Watterson as pastor in July. 
WACO: Paid of $25,000 note. Money was borrowed Oct., '63 to remodel, re- 
decorate and air-condition church. 
WALLACE GROVE: Graded and sowed cemetery; gravelled driveway. 
WESTOVER: Dedicated new piano and new sign; ordained M. H. Davis as minister. 
WESTVIEW: Employed Mrs. Jerry Bumbaugh as part-time Youth Director. 
ZION: Build new Educational Building, built ball field, organized youth group, 

accepted ministerial student from Gardner-Webb to observe church work and help 

in many ways. 
ZOAR: Rev. L. M. Tenery resigned May 11. May 4 church honored him and Mrs. 

Tenery at reception. Rev. S. L. Lamm served as Interim Pastor. Renovated and 

redecorated pastorium. Rev. Dan Jolley was called as pastor. His ministry began 

September 14. 



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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Preamble 
We, the members of Missionary Baptist Churches in the County of Cleveland, 
State of North Carolina, and territory adjacent thereto, do hereby propose to 
establish and maintain the principles and rules of order of a district Association in 
conformity to the following plan: 

Article I Name 

The name of this body shall be the "Kings Mountain Baptist Association." 

Article II Purpose 
It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with the State and 
Southern Baptist Conventions in the promotion of Christian Missions at home and 
abroad, and in any other related objects such as evangelism. Christian education, 
benevolent enterprises, and social services, which it may deem proper and advisable 
for the furtherance of the Kingdom of God. 

Article III Membership 

Section 1: The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist Churches in the 
area of the Association. 

Section 2: Churches desiring membership ' in the Association shaU apply to the 
membership committee and if recommended by this committee and accepted by the 
Association shall agree to come under the watchcare of the Association for a period 
of one year. At the end of one year, upon recommendation of the committee, 
membership within the Association of such churches shall be determined by vote of 
the Association. During this period such churches shall be entitled to all rights and 
privileges of the Association except their members shall not hold office nor vote. 
Section 3: The Association shall be sole judge of its membership and may receive 
churches, or reject churches, according to its Constitution and By-Laws. Member 
churches may also withdraw as they desire, and, if requested, the General Board 
may grant letters of recommendation to other Hke Associations. 

Article IV Meetings 
Section 1: The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday evening and Wednesday 
after the third Sunday in October and continue until the business of the Association 
is disposed of. 

Section 2: Special meetings may be called by the Moderator or General Board 
provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

Section 3: Each church shall elect annually, in addition to the pastor, two messengers 
to the meetings of the Association for each 50 members of the church, provided each 
church shall have not less than three nor more than ten messengers. These shall 
constitute the voting body of the Association. The names of messengers printed in 
the minutes shall include only those attending and registering at the Associational 
meeting. 

Article V Authority 
Each church in this Association is independent and sovereign in its own affairs, 
and the Association has no authority over the churches except as provided in this 
constitution in Article III, Sections 2 and 3. 

Article VI Officers and Their Election 

Section 1: The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice-Moderator, 
Clerk-Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, Music Director, Organist, Sunday School Director, 



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Training Union Director, Woman's Missionary Union Director, Brotherhood Director, 

and Chairman of Library Council 

Section 2: The officers shall be elected on the morning of the last day of the annual 

meeting for a term of one year each. The nominees shall be contacted and nominated 

by the Committee on Nominations (By-Law IV, Section 6) except the Moderator, 

Vice-Moderator, and Clerk-Treasurer who shall be nominated from the floor. 

Committee nominations shall not preclude nominations from the floor. 

Section 3: All officers shall complete their work as soon as practicable after the 

closing of the Annual Session. The newly elected officers shall assume, at the close 

of the Annual Session, all duties incumbent upon said officers relating to the work 

of the ensuing associational year. 

Section 4: Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be ineligible for 

re-election. 

Article VII Trustees and Their Election 

There shall be three trustees of the Association, one preferably a lawyer, serving 
terms of three years each on a rotating basis. On nomination by the Committee on 
Nominations, one new trustee shall be elected at the annual meeting, no trustee 
being eligible to succeed himself until after the lapse of one year. The expiration date 
of each trustee's term of office shall appear by his name in the Associational Minutes. 

Article VIII The General Board 

The General Board shall be composed of all Associational Officers (Article VI, 
Section 1) the Associational Superintendent of Missions (ex-Officio without voting 
privileges), each active pastor, two other members chosen by each member church 
from its membership and certified to the Association in its annual report, and 
chairmen of all standing committees of the Association. The General Board shall have 
the authority to act for the Association between sessions, except as limited by this 
constitution. It shall be the duty of the General Board to meet quarterly and to make 
reports and recommendations to the Association in its annual meeting. The quarterly 
meetings will be in October, January, April and July; on Monday after the third 
Sunday at 10:00 A. M. 

Article IX Committees 

Section 1: The Association shall have the following standing committees, with 
their terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting through the follow- 
ing annual meeting. 

A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected by the 
Association at the annual meeting: 

(1) Order of Business Committee (By-Law IV, Section 1) 

(2) Executive Committee (By-Law IV, Section 2) 

(3) EvangeUsm Committee (By-Law IV, Section 3) 

(4) Finance Committee (By-Law IV, Section 4) 

(5) Ordination Committee (By-Law IV, Section 5) 

(6) Nominations Committee (By-Law IV, Section 6) 

(7) Constitution Committee (By-Law IV, Section 7) 

(8) Membership Committee (By-Law IV, Section 8) 

(9) Calendar Committee (By-Law IV, Section 9) 

(10) Resolutions Committee (By-Law IV, Section 10) 

(11) Historical Committee (By-Law IV, Section 1 1) 

(12) Seminary Extension Committee (By-Law IV, Section 12) 

(13) Christian Life Committee (By-Law IV, Section 13) 

(14) Any other Committee authorized by the Association. 



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B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting, Committee on 
Committees (By-Law IV, Section 14). 
Section 2: The following committees shall be appointed by the Moderator at least 
thirty days prior to the annual meeting to serve during the annual meeting: 

(1) Place and Preacher Committee (By-Law IV, Section 15) 

(2) Enrollment Committee (By-Law IV, Section 16) 

Article X Amendments 

Amendments to this constitution may be made at any annual session of the 
Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting members present. 
Proposed changes must be presented to the association in the first session and voted 
upon by a standing vote of the Association in the last session. It is recommended 
that aU proposed changes first be submitted to the Constitution Committee. 

BY-LAWS 

By-Law 1 PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

Robert's Rules of Order shall be followed as the Association's rules for conducting 
its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association prescribes otherwise. 
By-Law II ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

The Associational Year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 
By-Law III DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

Section 1: The Moderator shall preside over the meeting of the body according to 
the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Committees, Committee on 
Place and Preachers, and Committee on Enrollment. He shall be Chairman of the 
General Board and be an Exofficio (without voting privileges) member of all other 
committees. 

Section 2: The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure, of 
the Moderator, and shall be Vice-Chairman of the General Board. 

Section 3: The Clerk-Treasurer shall send annual report forms to the member 
churches at least a month before the Association's annual meeting, distribute at the 
annual meeting mimeographed copies of the digest of these reports, make an accurate 
record of the proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing and distributing 
of minutes to the member churches, keep on file copies of minutes, records, and other 
documents of the Association, and shall also serve as Secretary of the General Board. 
He shaU inform aU persons elected to office or appointed to serve on committees of 
such action. He shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the name of the 
Association; disburse the same upon instructions from the Association, its General 
Board, or as designated in the Budget (no money is to be disbursed which is not in- 
cluded in the budget except upon recommendation of the Finance Committee to the 
General Board or the Association in annual Session); render an accurate report of 
receipts and disbursements and distribute same at the annual meeting and give a 
report at each quarterly General Board meeting; and keep books available and up-to- 
date for examination. 

Section 4: The Auditor shall, at the close of the Association Year, make an audit 
of the Treasurer's records and report to the Association in session. 

Section 5: The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the Associa- 
tion and its churches, and shall make a written report to each annual meeting of the 
Association. 

Section 6: Vacancies occuring between annual sessions shall be filled by the 
General Board except the office of Moderator, in which case the Vice-Moderator shall 
automatically become Moderator. 
By-Law IV DUTIES OF COMMITTEES ' 

Section 1: The Order of Business Committee shall be composed of three members 
and the Moderator, Clerk and Associational Music Director. It shaU prepare a printed 

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program for the annual meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all persons 
on the program and to aU pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It 
shall, on the opening day of the annual meeting of the Association, present the 
printed programs for adoption and serve through the sessions when adjustments in the 
order of business become necessary. 

Section 2: THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

(1) Shall be composed of the Associational officers listed in Article VI, 
Section 1) of the Constitution along with the chairmen of the Evangehsm and 
Finance Committees. It shall work with Associational Superintendent of 
Missions in promoting the work of the Association, and lead and assist in 
determining need for, beginning new mission stations, and organizing new 
churches. 

(2) If such advice is sought it shall advise any group seeking to organize a new 
church. It shall also seek to help any member church desiring assistance with 
its problems. 

(3) When without a Superintendent of Missions, this Committee shall seek out 
and recommend to the Association, or its General Board, for election a new 
Superintendent of Missions according to By-law VI, Section 11. 

(4) It shall administer all matters referred to it by the Association or General 
Board and act on routine or emergency matters between meetings of the 
General Board. It shall initiate and recommend matters concerning business 
management, approve employment of all office personnel, deal with problems 
relating to personnel, and maintain adequate equipment for the office. It shall 
meet regularly, not less than quarterly, but a quorum of seven shall be 
necessary to transact business. 

Section 3: THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, shaU 
promote the work of evangehsm in the Association in cooperation with the State 
Department of Evangehsm. All plans and programs to be subject to the approval of 
the Association or its General Board. 

Section 4: THE FINANCE COMMITTEE, composed of three members with the 
Treasurer shall study the Association's financial needs for an adequate program, 
present a budget to the Association for the following year, devise plans for securing 
the cooperation of the churches in raising funds to meet the budget, and make a 
written report to the annual meeting. 

Section 5: THE ORDINATION COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members with the 
pastor of the candidate, shall, when requested by a member church, assist with the 
examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 

Section 6: THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, shall 
contact before and nominate on the last day of the annual meeting of the Association 
the officers of the Association according to Articles VI and VII of the Constitution. 
This committee shall also, in cooperation with the nominating committee of the 
various department of work, recommend workers in these various departments (Article 
VI, Section 1). It shall also nominate Associational representatives for the various 
institutions and agencies of our convention and members of the General Board of our 
Baptist State Convention. This committee shall also assist the General Board in filUng 
vacancies which occur between annual meetings of the Association. This committee's 
nominations shall not preclude other nominations from the floor. 

Section 7: THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members, shall 
be available to study changes or revisions in the Constitution, and to make re- 
commendations as needed. 

Section 8: THE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members, shall 
perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and By-Laws (Article III, Section 2). 

Secfion 9: THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shaU be composed of the following 
Associational Officers: Sunday School director. Training Union Director, WMU 

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Director, Brotherhood Director, Music Director, and the Vice-Moderator as chairman. 
This committee shall work out as soon as possible each year an Associational 
Calendar for the coming year and present same to the General Board for adoption. 

Section 10: THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE, composed of 3 members, shall 
draw up and present to the Association resolutions of appreciation and any other 
resolutions it or the association may deem wise. 

Section 11: THE HISTORICAL COMMITTEE shaU be composed of the Historian 
as chairman and 6 other members. It shall be the duty of the Historical Committee to 
collect, compile and preserve all materials of interest to the Association and member 
churches. It shall make its report at the annual Associational Meeting. 

Section 12: THE SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE, composed of 3 
members, shall plan and provide for such Seminary Extension classes as may be desir- 
ed. 

Section 13: THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, 
shall recommend ways in which the Association can work for promotion of civic 
righteousness and social uplift. 

Section 14: THE COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES, composed of 5 members, 
shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution (Article IX, Section 1), 
and shall assist the General Board in filling vacancies on all other standing committees 
occurring between sessions. This committee shall also name the chairman of each 
committee. 

Section 15: THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE, composed of 3 
members, shall receive or solicit invitations for the place or places of meetings for 
the next annual meeting of the Association, and shall recommend place or places. 
It shall also recommend the Preacher and alternate for the annual sermon or sermons. 

Section 16: THE ENROLLMENT COMMITTEE shall prepare for and direct the 
enrollment of the messengers at aU of the sessions. 

Section 17: Members of aU these committees, except those appointed by the 
Moderator, shall be elected to serve for not more than three years on a rotating 
basis. 
By-Law V TRUSTEES 

The duty of the trustees shall be to hold in trust any property, money, endowment, 
or other securities of said Association, and they shall handle all legal matters of the 
Association under the direction of the Association or its General Board. 
By-Law VI SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 

Section 1: His selection shall be upon recommendation of the Executive 
Committee and on vote by the Association in its annual meeting or, between sessions of 
the Association, by its General Board. His time of office shall continue until terminat- 
ee and organizations of the Association in a serving and advisory capacity. 

Section 2: The Superintendent of Missions shall promote the work of the Associa- 
tion and Denomination, cooperating with the churches, their pastors, and officers, 
and the Associational committees and organizations. 
By-Law VII WRITTEN REPORTS 

Written reports to appear in the Annual Minutes shall not exceed 300 words, 
except for History and Statistics. 
By-Law VIII AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the annual meeting 
by a majority of the messengers present and voting. 
By-Law IX DEFINE PROCEDURE 

Section 1: The business session of the Association shall be opened and closed 
with prayer. 

Section 2: Every report, resolution, or amendment offered to the Association 
shall be submitted in writing if requested by the Moderator. 

Section 3: No person shall speak more than twice on the same subject except oy 
permission of the Association. 

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Section 4: Messengers present from half the churches shall constitute a quorum. 
By-Law X THE CONFESSION OF FAITH 

The Baptist Faith and Message as revised and adopted by the Southern Baptist 
Convention on May 9, 1963. 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ONE HUNDRED NINETEENTH 

ANNUAL SESSION OF THE 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Tuesday Evening, October 21, 1969 

1. An organ prelude was presented by Mrs. E. T. Bailey as messengers from the 
various churches gathered in Bethlehem Baptist Church for the 119th Annual meeting 
of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

2. John Simmone, minister of music at Dover, led the assembly in singing, "All 
Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." 

3. The opening prayer was led by the Rev. Joseph Sanders, pastor of Second 
Baptist Church, Shelby. 

4. Rev. Russell Fitts, pastor of Bethlehem Church, welcomed the messengers on 
behalf of the Grover Group of Churches. 

5. Joesph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer, moved "that those now registering, to- 
gether with those who will register, be elected to constitute the 119th Annual Session 
of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association." The motion was seconded and carried. 

6. Rev. B. J. Tray wick, pastor at Zion, chairman of the Order of Business Com- 
mittee, moved the adoption of the printed programs; this motion carried. 

7. The Moderator, Rev. James Stamey, Elizabeth, appointed the Committee on 
Committees and the Committee on Place and Preacher as they appear elsewhere in 
this volume. 

8. Rev. Frank Shirley, Temple, gave the report of the Constitution Committee. 
Messengers had been handed a copy of the recommended changes as they entered the 
sanctuary. A motion was made by Rev. Robert Mann, Kings Mountain, First, that 
election of officers take place on the first day of the Annual Session rather than the 
last day as there are more laymen present. It was cited that this would require a 
change of constitution, but since it was being presented on the first day it could 
be voted on the second day. Motion was seconded and it carried. This would be 
voted on along with those changes on the printed sheet on the second day of the 
meeting. 

9. Dr. Wyan Washburn gave the Historian's Report. He reported there has been 
some progress on the writing of the Associational History. His report was adopted. 

10. Rev. C. O. Greene gave the Superintendent of Missions' Message. In his 
message he reported on what our Association has been doing during his ten years as 
Superintendent; what it is doing; and what we plan to do in the future. 

11. John Simmone led the group in singing "To God Be the Glory" with Mrs. 
E. T. Bailey accompanying at the organ. 

12. The Moderator gave a special welcome to the following new pastors and min- 
isters of music and education who had come into our Association since last year: 
Rev. Wilson Payne, Calvary; Rev. Harry Vance, Eastside; Kings Mountain; Rev. 
Robert Hickhn, Faith; Rev. Ed Brown, Flint Hill; Rev. James Wall, Lattimore; Rev. 
Wayne Dixon, Lawndale; Rev. John Frazier, Midview; Rev. John Edwards, Mull's 
Memorial; Rev. Charles Propst, Pleasant Hill; and Rev. Gene Watterson, First 
Baptist, Shelby. Visitors were recognized at this time. 

13. Mr. W. C. Lamb of the Department of Evangelism of the Baptist State 
Convention spoke on "Shaping the '70's." He said that every mission doUar is 
vitaUy important; that the gospel is desperately needed in North Carolina. 



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14. John Simmone led the group in singing "Christ Receive th Sinful Men." 

15. Rev. William J. Yeaman, Jr., Westview, brought the Inspirational Message using 
the thought of Spiritual Exercise. Using I Timothy 4:7-8, he brought out the fact 
that not enough time is spent in spiritual exercise. 

16. Rev. Yeaman led the closing prayer. 

Wednesday Morning, October 22, 1969 

17. Mrs. E. T. Bailey presented an organ prelude as messengers gathered at 
Patterson Springs for the second day of the Annual Session. 

18. Robert Decker, minister of music at Elizabeth, led the group in singing "Ye 
Servants of God." 

19. Rev. John Edwards, Mull's Memorial, led the opening prayer. 

20. Vice-Moderator Russell Fitts recognized Mr. Joseph Cabaniss who gave the 
report of the General Board and the treasurer's report. Copies of these reports are 
found elsewhere in this volume. 

21. Rev. Cline Borders, Interim Pastor at Patterson Springs, welcomed the mes- 
sengers to Patterson Springs Church and made announcements about lunch. 

22. Rev. Wilson Harmon, Waco, gave the report of the Place and Preacher Committee. 
An invitation has been received from Elizabeth for both sessions of the Annual 
meeting, 1970. Also, the preachers will be: Inspirational, Rev. Cline Borders; 
Doctrinal, Rev. James Wilder; and Missionary, Rev. J. E. Bishop; Alternate, Rev. 
Gene Watterson. Motion was made that the 1970 Sessions be held at Elizabeth; it 
was seconded and it carried. 

23. The Committee on Nominations report was made by Rev. Max Linnens, 
BoiUng Springs. The text of that report is found elsewhere in this volume. It was 
adopted. 

24. Committee on Enrollment, Joseph Cabaniss, Chairman, reported on attendance. 

25. Bob Decker led the group in singing "Glorious Is Thy Name." 

26. Rev. Dale Clark, Sandy Plains, brought the Doctrinal Message, taking as his 
text I Peter 1:13. He said we need a new vision of a Holy God; ours has become 
distorted. 

27. Moderator Stamey called for the report of the Constitution Committee. Rev. 
Frank Shirley gave the report, those on the printed sheet and those brought last 
night concerning the election of officers. Those on the printed sheet were adopted. 
Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr., Double Springs, made a substitute motion to the one made at 
the evening session, that the order of business for election of officers be placed in 
the morning session the second day rather than the afternoon session. Motion 
carried. 

28. State Convention reports were presented. Those bringing reports were: 
Christian Literature, Marse Grant; and Cooperative Program, Carlos Young. Horace 
Barefoot brought greetings from the Children's Homes. 

29. Bob Decker led the congregation in a medley of hymns. Mr. Decker then 
brought special music, "Singing I Go Along Life's Road." 

30. Mr. M. Thomas Starkes spoke on "The Church and Our World." He brought 
greetings from the Home Mission Board, its staff members and nearly 2400 
missionaries in 31 states. Taking his text from Revelation 3:1-3 he said we must 
reactivate Christian concern and wake men up, recapture the New Testament sense of 
urgency. 

31. Closing prayer led by Rev. Wilson Payne, Calvary. 

Wednesday Afternoon, October 22, 1969 

32. Organ prelude by Mrs. E. T. Bailey. 

33. Mr. Allen Jolley, Minister of music. Kings Mountain, First, led the group in 
singing "He Leadeth Me." 

34. Rev. Charles Propst, Pleasant Hill, led the opening prayer. 

35. The Moderator introduced Dr. E. E. Poston, President of Gardner-Webb 
College, who gave a report on Christian Education. He said we're proud of the wc rk 



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we're doing, but fearful of the dangers lying ahead; that we must not turn our backs 
on Christian Education. 

36. Rev. Fred McGehee, Jr., Double Shoals, gave the Committee on Committees 
report and it was adopted. 

37. Organizational reports were given as follows: Sunday School, Rev. Fred 
McGehee; Training Union, Rev. Fred McGehee; WMU, Mrs. W. D. Ledbetter; Music, 
Mr. Allen Jolley. These were adopted as found elsewhere in this volume. 

38. Rev. James Rice, Churchill Drive, gave the report of the Committee on 
Resolutions. The full text of that report is found elsewhere in this volume. 
Rev. Rice also thanked the people for their support of Michael Remy, the student 
at Gardner- Webb College from Haiti. 

39. Mr. Allen Jolley led the group in singing "Love Lifted Me." 

40. Rev. C. O. Greene led in a Grassroots Survey of some of the priority 
objectives the Southern Baptist Convention Long-Range Planning Committee 
feels will be the major concern of the churches during the 1973-79 period. These 
objectives if approved will guide the personnel of the SBC, state conventions, and 
associations in planning special materials and projects. 

41. Allen Jolley led a hymn of praise "He Lives." 

42. Rev. Harold Threatt, Putnam Memorial, brought the Missionary Message, 
saying all Christians are missionaries. He gave us this thought to carry with us: "If 
you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict 
you?" 

43. In the election of Officers, Wilson Harmon made a motion that Rev. James 
Stamey be re-elected Moderator: W. V. Tarlton, Ross Grove, seconded the motion. 
Rev. C. O. Greene presided and Mr. Stamey was re-elected. C. A. Kirby, Jr., nominated 
Russell Fitts as Vice-Moderator, there was a motion and second to close nominations 
and elect by acclamation. It carried. Roland Leath, Shelby, First, nominated 
Joseph Cabaniss as Clerk-Treasurer; motion and second to close and elect by 
acclamation. Motion carried. 

44. Mr. Horace Easom, Shelby, First, conducted a brief memorial service in 
memory of those who have expired during the year. He read the names of ministers 
and deacons. A complete list is found elsewhere in this volume. Mr. Van Ramsey sang 
"Sunrise Tomorrow." 

45. Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer, gave a final report on attendance. 
Messengers registered 348; alternates, visitors and others 132; total attendance 480. 
Meeting was adjourned with prayer. 

HISTORIAN'S REPORT 

"Forasmuch as many have taken in hand to set forth in order a declaration of 
those things which are most surely believed among us . . ." (Luke 1:1). 

This annual report from your Historical Committee will be about the book we 
plan to write, a history of the first 120 years of the King's Mountain Association. 
We have had two full committee meetings this year making plans for various aspects 
of this book. Some assignments have been made and much material is being gathered. 
We hope all member churches will insist that their historians and church clerks or the 
church history committee gather material and write their own church history as 
closely as possible after the outline recommended by the Southern Baptist 
Historical Commission. These outlines have been furnished by your Historical 
Committee for aU the churches. 

Financially, we are doing only fairly well with approximately $1,500 being paid 
in through September 30, with the expenses to date amounting to $294.59. Our 
committee would urge each church to follow the Associational plan and provide for 
us ten cents per member for two years; that is, ten cents for the year just past, and ten 
cents for the coming year, 69-70. This will give us a nest egg of approximately 



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$5,000. We hope to have a prepublication sale of the book and plans for us will be 
outlined during the coming year. 

Church histories have been received from Boiling Springs, Carpenter's Grove, 
Faith, Zion and a new history of the First Baptist Church of Shelby will soon be in 
print. 

Each church will soon be given a history time table to go by which will in- 
dicate the type of materials, sketches, photographs, minutes, and other sources which 
the Association's committee will need to incorporate in the book. We will have to 
have all of this material by at least June 30, 1970 to have the book ready by the end 
of the year. 

W. W. Washburn 

TRAINING UNION REPORT 

In the fall the Associational Training Union workers participated with the 
Sunday School in planning the group training school, and planned the "M" night 
in December in which 375 people participated. 

In the spring your Junior Worker, Mr. Don Roberts, was especially active in 
promoting the Junior memory contest, visiting every church which gave him the 
opportunity; and explaining this fine program. A team of workers provided a one 
night workshop for the Putnam Memorial Baptist Church of Shelby. 

The major limitations to the helpfubiess of the association to the churches is the 
unwillingness of many leaders to send information about workers to the associational 
office where it can be used to channel offers for help, and ideas directly to those who 
need them. I sincerely hope each church will resolve immediately to send to the 
associational office a complete list of all workers in each orgnaization. 

My sincere thanks go to the fine people who worked with me last year. 

RespectfuUy submitted, 
Robert L. Lamb 

BIBLICAL RECORDER REPORT 

The year 1969 has been one of the most significant in the 136-year history of the 
Biblical Recorder. True, we cannot point to any spectacular gains in circulation, 
but each week the Recorder is read by almost 300,000 North Carolina Baptists in 
some 90,000 homes. For almost a century and a half the Recorder has played a vital 
role in the life of our convention and state, and it will continue to do so. 

Our pages this year have carried a variety of reports of the activities of Baptists 
all across the state. Early this spring membership in our 3,454 churches passed the one 
million mark - - an historic milestone. We also carried numerous stories and reports of 
the progress of the Crusade of the Americas. 

The first half of this year, of course, saw much of the news interest focused on 
the General Assembly. Possibly more than any other assembly to date, this year's 
session was of vital importance to Baptists and other Christians across our state. 
Because of this importance, the Recorder gave special emphasis to reporting moral 
and social issues being considered by the legislature. Our readers responded in 
marvelous fashion, making the impact of the church felt throughout the state. 

Whenever something significant was happening among North Carolina Baptists, our 
readers were aware of it. We hope to offer expanded coverage in the future and will 
always strive to improve our effort. We want to be good stewards of the trust North 
Carolina Baptists have placed in us. 

Naturally, we hope that this stewardship will be rewarded with more participation 
in readership in our churches. The Recorder should be in every Baptist home. 



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We will continue to speak the truth in love. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. Marse Grant, Editor 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE REPORT 



We nominate the following persons 
Mountain Baptist Association for the year 

Sunday School Superintendent 

Training Union Director 

Brotherhood Director 

Librarian 

Organist 

Historian 

Music Director 

Trustee 

Auditor 
Institutional Representatives 

Children's Homes 

Baptist Homes for Aging 

Baptist Hospital 

Baptist Colleges 

World Missions 

Annuity Board 

Christian Literature 

Cooperative Program 



for the positions indicated in the Kings 
1969-70 

Rev. Harold Threatt , 

E. H. Sessom 

John Hendricks 

Mrs. Ruby Erwin 

Mrs. E. T. Bailey 

Dr. Wyan Washburn - 

Van Ramsey 

L. T, Hamrick 

Hamrick & Redding 

Rev. RusseU Fitts 

Mr. Walter Davis 

Dr. John Hamrick 

Dr. Eugene Poston 

Rev. Oscar Funderburke 

Rev. W. P. Biggerstaff 

Rev. Tom Bray 

Carlos Young 

Respectfully submitted 

Paul Wilson 

Willard Boyles 

B. H. Hopper 

Jack Dover 

E. C. WilUngham 

Max Linnens, Chairman 



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PROGRAM FOR THE 119th ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Tuesday evening - October 21, Bethlehem Baptist Church 
7:00 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer Rev. Wilson Payne 

7:05 Organization 

Report on Order of Business 

Appointment of Committees 

7:15 Report of Constitutional Committee Rev. Frank Shirley 

7:20 Historian's Report Dr. Wyan Washburn 

7:30 Superintendent of Missions' Message Rev. C. O. Greene 

7:45 Hymn 

Welcome to New Ministers, Ministers of Music and Education, 

Recognition of Visitors, Announcements and Miscellaneous 

Business. 

8:00 "Shaping the '70's" Mr. W. C. Lamb 

8:35 Special Music Mr. Van Ramsey 

8:45 Inspirational Message Rev. W. J. Yeamen, Jr. 

WEDNESDAY MORNING: October 22 - - Patterson Springs Baptist Church 
9:30 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer Rev. John Edwards 

9:35 General Board Report 

9:50 Business and Announcements 

Report of Committee on Place and Preacher 

Report of Committee on Nominations 

Report of Committee on Enrollment 
10:05 Hymn 

10:10 Doctrinal Message Rev. Dale Clark 

10: 35 Consideration of Report of Constitution Revision 

Committee Rev. Frank Shirley 

10:40 State Convention Reports: 

Church Music Rev. Joseph Stroud 

Christian Literature Mr. Marse Grant 

Cooperative Program Mr. Carlos Young 

11:25 Hymn 

11:30 Special Music Mr. Van Ramsey 

11:35 "The Church and Our World" Mr. M. Thomas Starkes 

12:00 Adjournment 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 

1:00 Hymn of Praise 

Prayer Rev. Charles Propst 

1 : 05 Christain Education Dr. E. E. Poston 

President, Gardner-Webb College 

1:25 Miscellaneous Business 

1:35 Organizational Reports: 

Sunday School Rev. Harold Threatt 

Training Union Dr. Robert Lamb 

Brotherhood Mr. John Washburn, Jr. 

W. M. U Mrs. W. D. Ledbetter 

Music ' Mr. Van Ramsey 

2:00 Report of Committee on Resolutions Rev. James Rice 

2:10 Hymn 

2:15 Grassroots Survey 

2:35 Missionary Message Rev. Harold Threatt 

3 : 00 Election of Officers 

3:15 Memorials .Mr. Horace Easom 

3:25 Adjournment 

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ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

The Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention continues to provide 
excellent service to our churches and pastors. During the years when the pastor is 
still in the active ministry the Board provides for health coverage and for disability 
benefits. After retirement those who have participated in the plan receive a 
monthly check to help meet the needs of those difficult years when income is 
greatly reduced. Many men would no doubt be on the welfare rolls if this service 
did not exist. 

A new program, caUed the Group Insurance plan, begins October 1, 1969 and 
provides a broader coverage than the Life Benefit Plan which has been in existance 
since 1964. This plan came about because the Board has consistently tried to in- 
crease benefits with the changing economic conditions of the times. The Boards' 
executive secretary summed up this basic philosophy when he said, "The basic 
philosophy of our Board is to provide programs that will partially replace income for 
a minister, church or denominational employe when his earnings cease because of 
retirement, disability or death." 

The following are excerpts from the Board's pubhcation, THE YEARS AHEAD, 
give some indication of the provisions of the new plan. 

"This New Plan succeeds the Life Benefit Plan offered since 1964. Members of 
the Life Benefit Plan will have an option of remaining in it or transferring to the New 
Plan. 

The new Group Insurance Plan has two separate schedules of benefits. 

Schedule I benefits parallel the coverage provided in the Life Benefit Plan except 
benefits do not decrease until age 65. 

Schedule II provides benefits from $5,000 to $60,000, depending on the 
participant's annual earnings. Both schedules have provision for accidental death and 
dismemberment as well as providing for some continuation of some life coverage 
after age 65. In addition, both schedules provide Dependent Life Insurance benefits 
for spouse and all ch^dren, age 14 days to 23 years. 

Another extremely important benefit Long-Term Disability Income Protection. 
The disability benefit pays 60 percent of a participant's monthly earnings (70 per 
cent, if dependent Social Security is involved) to age 65 with $1,000 a month 
maximum. 

Any minister or denominational employe may join the Group Insurance Plan 
when it initially opens without a medical examination or other evidence of good 
health required. This applies to any member of the Life Benefit Plan who wishes to 
transfer. 

The total cost per month for the employe Group Life and Accidental Death 
and Dismemberment Insurance and the Dependent Group Life Insurance is: 
$0.70 per $1,000 of Employe Group Life Insurance 

$0.60 per $100 of monthly earnings for Long-Term Disability Income 
Benefits. 

Applications will be accepted through November 30, 1969, for the Health Benefit 
Plan and coverage will begin January 1, 1970. The Plan pays full cost of a semi- 
private room regardless of the amount It also provides hospital, surgical and major 
medical benefits." 

The Association would urge all pastors and churches to investigate the benefits 
offered in all the plans offered by the Annuity Board. We believe this is a wise 
investment. 

Respectfully submitted, 
W. P. Biggerstaff 



WORLD MISSIONS REPORT - STATE - HOME - FOREIGN 

Jesus told his disciples that "the field is the World." We are to "go into all the 
World" - "preach the gospel to all creatures" - - " make disciples of all nations" 
"baptize them" (all) - "Teach them" (all) - "to observe aU things" that Christ 
comanded - for Our Lord has "all power" in Heaven and Earth - and He has 

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promised to "be with us aU-ways even unto the end of all-time." 

That we may the better implement the carrying out of this great commission of 
Christ Baptists have three phases - State, Home and Foreign Missions: - these do not 
work separate and apart, but supplement and complement each other. 

Our State supports twenty-plus different objects. 66.66% of every dollar that 
goes through the Cooperative Program to World Missions remains here in our State 
for the promotion of State Missions. 

Last Year, Southern Baptists gave 46^ per member, on the average, to Home 
Missions through the Cooperative Program, 41<^ through the Annie Armstrong 
Offering, and 5^ through other sources for a total of 92^ per member. On the 
average, it took 36 SBC members to produce $.01 for each of the 3,282 missionaries 
(including 897 summer workers). Each home missionary (including the 897 
summer workers), on the average, represents 3,453 Southern Baptists. There were 
20 professions of faith, 166 scripture portions and/or tracts distributed, and 50 
sermons and addresses delivered in the field per missionary last year (including the 
897 summer workers). 

Each Foreign Missionary, on the average, represents 4,779 Southern Baptists. 
There were 258 church members in the field and 21 persons were baptized per 
foreign missionary last year. 

Southern Baptists gave $1.15 per member, on the average, to foreign missions 
through the Cooperative Program, $1.29 through the Lottie Moon Offering, and 
$.18 through other sources for a total of $2.62 per member last year. On the average, 
it took 9 SBC members to produce $.01 for each of the 2,371 foriegn missionaries. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Oscar Funderburke, 
World Missions Representative 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS REPORT 

October 31 will complete 10 years of service as your Superintendent of Missions. 
They have been busy years as a few figures will show. In these 10 years I've spoken 
more than 2000 times, had more than 7500 personal conferences, attended about 
3500 meetings, had about 400 persons join various churches at services I conducted, 
and have driven more than a quarter of a million miles. Consider the background of 
reading, studying, planning, and promoting which these figures represent and the 
effort seems prodigious. Yet, for the most part they have been happy years marred 
only by about three months sick leave. 

These ten years have been years of crisis and change. Cleveland County has just 
about completed its transifion from an agricultural to an industrial county. We had 
14 high schools in the county 10 years ago; we now have 4. The Vietnam war has 
taken its toll in more ways than one. Affluence is on every hand; money and 
leisure time have combined, along with these other influences, to deeply affect the 
life and worship of all our people. 

While these years have brought crisis and change they also offer us great opportunit- 
ies for the decade of the '70's. Our churches will be changing drastically many of the 
"Old ways" as we seek to meet the needs of our world New grading systems, new 
curriculum, new church study courses, new methods, and new approaches will be our 
lot as we seek to seize the opportunities of the '70's. Your Superintendent of 
Missions, Mrs. Mae Petty, the office associate, and about 200 volunteer workers 
will seek to inform you of these changes, interpret them for you, and help you in any 
way we can in achieving the primary concern of the church, that of helping people to 
find in our lovely Christ the answer for their need. 

Respectfully submitted, 
C. O. Greene 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

The Lord has greatly blessed us as we worked in W. M. U. this year. Although we 
may not see the visible results we'd Uke to see, we must remember that "God gives the 
increase." 

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Early in October, 1968 we held a leadership conference in preparation for the 
new year. In March of this year our leadership courses were taught with around 100 
ladies receiving leadership cards. 

The W. M. S. held an associational prayer retreat in August and the response was 
very gratifying. 

Our WMU Council has had many hours of fine Christian fellowship as we worked 
together. 

Thank you, Pastors, Women of WMU throughout the Association, and especially 
Mr. Greene and Mrs. Petty for your help and the support and cooperation you have 
given us. 

Our prayers will be for all the WMU organizations and we ask you to continue 
to pray daily for us throughout the year 1969-1970. If we can be of help to you in any 
way, please let us know. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. W. D. Ledbetter 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

EUzabeth Baptist Church was host to the Associational Central Training School 
held November 4, 5 and 7 when six courses were offered. On December 10 there 
was a January Bible Study CUnic held at Mull's Memorial Church. A good number of 
pastors received instruction on Isaiah taught by Rev. W. C. McKinney. Others led the 
various age group conferences. 

Dr. JuUan Hopkins and Mr. Horace Easom were the conference leaders for a 
witnessing clinic held on January 21 at Second Baptist Church. This session proved 
to be very inspirational as well as practical as we prepared for participation in the 
Crusade of The Americas Revivals. 

On March 11, Rev. Joel Jenkins, Associational VBS Superintendent, planned and 
directed the annual VBS Clinic held at Westview Baptist Church. 

Appreciation is expressed to the associational officers and to those who assisted 
in the meetings. 

All Sunday School forces should cooperate to the fullest with our new Superinten- 
dent, Rev. Harold Threatt, as we prepare for the challenge of the changes taking 
place for th 70's. 

Respectfully, 
Roland Leath 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 
REPORT TO THE ASSOCIATIONS 

Two big steps have been taken during the past year that greatly enlarges the 
work of Baptist Children's Homes. The estabUshment of a new children's home in 
Western Carohna has become a reality. The new home near WaynesviUe will be 
called the Broyhill Home, Also, steps are being taken to provide a home for un-wed 
mothers at Asheville. 

There are many plans whereby a local church can enter a personal relationship 
to one of our Baptist Homes. The church can become a clothing sponser for a 
child or any number of children. Also, the church can provide holiday visits for a 
child who, otherwise, may not be able to spent a certain holiday away from the 
Children's Home where most of his time is spend during the year. Individuals may 
also become related to one or more children by providing a personal interest 
in the child. This plan will bless your church and your home in a wonderful way. 

As the population grows and needs continue to grow, we trust there can be 
a special interest developed by individuals and churches in this ministry. Informed 
and understanding representatives will be happy to discuss any of these and other 
plans with you. 

Of course, we would urge strong support through our regular church means of 
giving. 

Respectfully Submitted 
Russell Fitts 

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BEAUTIFICATION REPORT 

Did you ever try to define beauty? Ask anyone for a definition and your answers 
will be many and varied. Beauty, we believe, must be experienced in order to define 
it properly. Mr. Morley said, "In every man's heart there is a secret nerve that answers 
to the vibrations of Beauty." A definition or formula cannot contain it, yet, for 
most of us Beauty in some form is almost continually present and all around us. 

Lift your eyes a bit and there is the sky by day and the moon and stars by night or 
the sunrise or sunset and always the real handiwork of God in a beautiful landscape. 
Nature is our primary source of Beauty, with its changing seasons and ever renewing 
of the panorama around us. First there is Spring, the landscape is carpeted in green 
and embroidered in colorful flowers. Then comes the lush summer vegetation, 
followed by the rich golden harvest season when color is rampant over hills and 
valleys, with views rivaling the imagination of man. Winter too has Beauty to offer, the 
bare stripped trees silhouetted against the grey sky and many times the fluffy white 
carpet to hide any disfigurements. 

Surely the God of such beauty would be pleased to see the place where His 
children meet to worship Him the most beautiful place in the community. Look at 
your meeting house and the grounds around it. Do they say to all who pass by that 
here is a group of Christians who love and worship a God of love and beauty. If not, 
why not? 

Your director has served several groups this year. If he can help you with sugges- 
tions as to how to make your building and grounds "a thing of beauty, and a joy 
forever" please call on him. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Hackett Wilson 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES FOR 
THE AGING REPORT 

Never before have your Baptist Homes for the Aging been more conscious of the 
Lord's Presence and of His Goodness than during the past year. At a time when the 
economy of the Homes was at its lowest ebb, with a sizeable deficit looming larger 
by the moment, when the weather was at its severest onthe 3rd Sunday of February, 
the day of the Special Offering, the churches came through with an offering that 
promises, at this point, to be the greatest in the Homes' history. The Lord, who is in 
charge of the weather and in charge of the Baprist Homes for the Aging, has surely re- 
warded our faith and moved upon our Baptist people to see the urgency of our 
needs, and we are grateful. 

Ours shall continue to be a relationship of trust in the Lord and faith in our 
Baprist people. We earnestly hope that a continued and sustained effort will be 
made by our churches to increase and strengthen the amount of the two main means 
of support for our ministry to the Aging - - the Special Offering, and the Cooperative 
Program. Through these two sources, one-third of the total income for the Homes 
is derived, and 85% of the residents, who are financially dependent, are cared for and 
supplemented. If we are to continue to assist these many needy persons, and if we are 
to reduce the deficit in the operation of the Homes, brought about by the rising cost 
of living, we must have more Uberal support from our churches. 

We do not believe that our Baptist people would want to curtail any of the vital 
ministries of the Homes and that they will respond to this urgent appeal. 

Since last year, the Yanceyville Home, our newest Home, has been filled to 
capacity, and we now have almost 200 deserving older men and women living in our 
midst there and in our other four Homes - - Resthaven, and Hayes Home, in 
Winston-Salem, the Albemarle Home, in Albemarle, and the Hamilton Home, in 
Hamilton. These wonderful people are finding much happiness in Christian companion- 
ship with persons of their age group, and great security in knowing that they will be 
loved and cared for in sickness as well as in health. 

It is deeply rewarding experience to see the light and joy of Christ on an older 
person's face and to hear words of deep appreciation almost daily for the Christian 



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love and nurture that North Carolina Baptists are making possible through this 
ministry. We believe, therefore, that our Baptist people will want to have an ever- 
increasing part in so worthy a labor of love in the Master's Name. We know that the 
Lord will not fail us and we also believe that our people will want to be as faithful as 
possible. 

Respectfully 
' Walter Davis 

REPORT ON CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

Good reading produces knowledge, and knowledge brings understanding. And 
out of understanding comes the power to live wisely. Baptists work together in a 
Spiritual democracy. But democracy can live only as the people are properly inform- 
ed, and inspired by the right kind of reading. The apostle Paul said: "Give attention 
to reading". And by that, he meant. Christian Literature . 

If the printed page is more powerful than bombs and bullets, the power of the 
Bible, is our "Secret Weapon", for this day and hour of world conditions, and in 
particular, in America. Never before have our news stands, TV viewings, magazines, 
and newspapers so cunningly devised such an array of attractive pornography. To 
meet this evil head-on. Baptists should seek larger distribution of our own Christian 
Literature among our people. Among other good, and excellent Christian literature, 
we have in North Carolina, the Biblical Recorder. Our convention was organized in 
1830, three years later, 1833, the Biblical Recorder founded by Thomas Meredith. 
Now for 136 years this honorable Christian paper has served North Carolina 
Baptists welL And it has promoted the constitution of our Convention, which 
states: the main purpose is "the promotion of missions, education, social service, and l 
the distribution of sound Christian literature". The present editor, Mr. J. Marse 
Grant, is upholding these principles in an admirable and commendable manner. The 
Biblical Recorder should be in every Baptist home in North Carohna. The price is 
minimum for the major information and inspiration you will get for the whole family. 
Let our pastors, church leaders and all our people give prayerful support to J. 
Marse Grant, and thank God, we have a man of his character and ability, for our 
Biblical Recorder Paper, editor. 

In cooperation with the American Bible Society, Cleveland County Baptists have 
the oppotrunity now, to have a large part in getting The Word of God distributed 
to aU parts of the world, in the native tongue of those countries. This institution 
is sound and true to The Word, and is worthy of our support Put an amount in your 
church budget, and send it each month to our state secretary and treasure. Dr. 
Perry Crouch, Baptist Building Raleigh, N. C. Southern Baptists are one of the 
largest single contributors to the work of the American Bible Society. Ear mark 
your gilt, **rhe American Bible Society" when you send it to Dr. Crouch. 

T. W. Bray 

ASSOCIATION AL FOUNDATION REPORT FOR 1969 
By: C. Gordon Maddrey, Executive Secretary 

The assets of The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., have now reached 
beyond the one million dollar ($1,000,000) mark, including trust funds and real 
estate. Since the reactivation of the Foundation, around 1962, the total assets have 
increased from $350,000 to the present excess of slightly over one million. This 
is positive proof that the Baptists of North Carolina have discovered that the 
Foundation is really a service arm of the Baptist Convention of North Carolina. 

As mentioned above, the Foundation renders a service to: (1) God, (2) individual 
Baptists, and (3) Baptist agencies and institutions. Every Baptist has an opportunity 
through his Foundation to provide for continuing stewardship in the agencies and 
institutions in which he has an interest 

The Foundation has again this year put particular interest upon the making of 
wills. Several of our churches have used the facilities of the Foundation to conduct 
Will Clinics and reports from the clinics indicate that they were most successful 



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We have also had an opportunity to counsel with many people concerning their own 
wills, and in some instances we have provided the information and direction necessary 
for inclusion of Baptist causes in their will 

We have had a most successful year and can attest to the fact that the Foundation 
is on the move and is rendering service to individual Baptists in a most concrete way. 

TRUSTEE'S REPORT 

The Trustees of Kings Mountain Baptist Association did not transact any business 
during the past year. 

George W. Hamrick 

GENERAL BOARD REPORT 

Meetings of the General Board were held quarterly in October, 1968, January, 
April and July, 1969. Reports and requests from the various Committees and 
organizations were received. In addition the routine matters, major items of business 
transacted by the General Board during this Associational year include: 

(1) Approved plans of publishing the History of our Association, including 
asking each church to provide 10^ per member, per year for a two year 
period for financing $10,000.00 of the publication cost. 

(2) Approved employment of Mrs. Bob Traywick on a part-time basis to 
assist the Historical Committee in the publication of the History. 

(3) Approved plans and encouraged participation in the "Crusade of The 
Americas." 

(4) Approved plans of our Churches participating with Gardner-Webb College 
by encouraging a ministerial student to visit in our Churches at a future 
designated date for the purpose of allowing the students to participate in 
the regular worship service. 

(5) Presented a resolution of appreciation to Mr. J. Marse Grant, editor of the 
Biblical Recorder, for his leadership in the opposition to Alcoholic 
beverages, specifically with the General Assembly in North Carolina. 

Respectfully Submitted 
Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk 

BAPTIST MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY REPORT 

The Ministers' Wives of the King's Mountain Association agreed with Dr. Norman 
Vincent Peale that "To think happy thoughts, say happy things, put joy in peoples 
lives, the more surely we wiU keep our own spirits high." 

We have tried to accomplish this by meeting in the homes of our members each 
month where we enjoyed wholesome fellowship and inspirational programs. 
We meet on Thursday after the first Sunday, at 2:00 P. M., and we extend a 
cordial invitation to aU new Ministers' wives in our Kings Mountain Association. 

Respectfully Submitted 
^ Mrs. Oscar Funderburke, President 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE REPORT 

The Pastors' Conference of Kings Mountain Association held regular monthly 
meetings in Second Baptist Church, Shelby. The meetings of the conference were 
held during the months of September through May. Program personnel during the 
year were: The Joyful Noise of Gardner-Webb College; Mr. Dean Weaver, a Chalk 
artist; Mr. Dick Jensen of Station WFGW-FM; Rev. M. O. Owen; and Dr. Forrest 
Feezor. The programs were both informative and inspirational A fellowship period 
preceded and followed the monthly meetings. These periods were enjoyed by all 

New officers elected to serve for the coming year are: President- Joseph Sanders; 
1st Vice-President-Russell Fitts; 2nd Vice-President-W. C. McKinney; Secretary- 
Fred McGehee; Choiister-Harold Thieatt; and Pianist-Dale Clark. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert C. Mann 



R7 



GARNDER-WEBB COLLEGE REPORT 

R. Patrick Spangler, Chairman, Board of Trustees 
E. Eugene Poston, President of the College 

The 63rd year of service to the Baptists of North Carolina was a new beginning 
for Gardner-Webb College. Approximately three hundred juniors were enrolled, 
constituting the first junior class in the history of the college. The senior class will 
be started during the fall of 1970. The first four-year graduating class is scheduled 
for the spring of 1971. 

There are 1460 students enrolled at Gardner-Webb for the 1969-70 school term. 
These students are led by 87 faculty and 46 administrative and staff members. 48 
additional employees constitute the cafeteria and maintenance forces.; 

At the present time there are 26 faculty and administrative members who hold 
an earned doctorate. Seventeen others have three years beyond their Bachelor's 
degree. Eight others are on leave of absence working on their Doctorates. The 
college should be able to meet the standards of faculty training for a four-year 
college by the time of the first graduating class. 

During the past school year 11,778 volumes were added to the Gardner-Webb 
College library. The trustees, the administration and the faculty are giving priority 
to the hbrary. Christian trustees. Christian faculty members. Christian administrators, 
an ample supply of good books, and interested students make a Christian college. 

A new organizational structure for the college was initiated this year. Divisions 
replaced departments as the primary units. The following organizational structure is 
in operation: 
1. Division of General Business 

1. Department of Business 

2. Department of Data Processing 

H. Division of Education and Psychology 

1. Department of Education 

2. Department of Psychology 

III. Division of Fine Arts 

1. Department of Art 

2. Department of Music 

3. Department of Theatre Arts and Speech 

IV. Division of Health Education and Physical Education 

V. Division of Languages and Literature 

1. Department of Ancient Languages and Literature 

2. Department of English Language and Literature 

3. Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literature 

VI. Division of Mathematics and Natural Science 

1. Department of Biology, Chemistry and Geology 

2. Department of Mathematics and Physics 

VII. Division of Religious Studies 

1. Department of Religion 

2. Department of Religious Education 

VIII. Division of Social Science. 

1. Department of Associated Social Sciences 

2. Department of History 

Gardner-Webb College lost one of her finest supporters this year. Mrs. O. Max 
Gardner, Sr. died January 16, 1969. Mrs. Gardner was a "First Lady" in every 
respect. She exemphfied Christian dedication in every walk of life. Her influence will 
live forever. 

At the present time there are 90 ministerial students enrolled at Gardner- Webb. 
There are 49 others preparing for full time Christian vocations. This past summer 24 
of Gamder-Webb's students did summer mission work in North Carolina, California, 
Texas, New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, working in various programs and in 
various positions. The Reverend Charles W. Freeman has developed an intern 
program on a trial basis with local pastors for the ministerial students. 

During the past year the Endowment Funds have increased $60,000 through 
bequests, gifts and savings. The plant assets increased $437,000. At the present time 
the assets of the college are valued at $8,230,000 (total of plant and endowment). 
The Endowment Fund is valued at $1,940,000, including an irrevocable trust. As of 
June 30, 1969, Gardner-Webb CoUege owed a debt of $1,055,000 to the First 
Union Nafional Bank of Charlotte, North Carolina. This is being amortized at 
$ 1 1,000 per month plus interest. 

The college is entering a capital funds campaign January 1, 1970. The campaign 
is designed to assure accreditation as a senior college. 

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CONTRIBUTIONS FROM CHURCHES 





Mission 


History 




Mission 


History 


CHURCH 


Fund 


Account 


CHURCH 


Fund 


Account 


Allen Memorial 


$ 


$ 


Mount Sinai 


$ 100.00 





Beaver Dam 


500.00 





Mull's Memorial 


140.00 





Bethany 


50.00 


28.00 


New Bethel 


250.00 


25.00 


Bethel 


286.00 





New Buffalo 


100.00 





Bethlehem 


530.00 


45.00 


New Camp Creek 


10.00 





Boiling Springs 


800.00 


97.50 


New Hope 


400.00 


45.00 


Buffalo 


290.00 


32.00 


New Prospect 


020.00 





Calvary 


492.00 





Norman's Grove 


155.66 


17.70 


Carpenter's Grove 


90.00 





Oak Grove 


208.00 


80.00 


Casar 


150.00 


15.00 


Oak View 


50.00 





Churchill Drive 


312.00 


26.00 


Patterson Grove 


265.00 





Community 


10.00 





Patterson Springs 


200.00 





David 


174.00 


23.00 


Peach Street 








Double Shoals 


317.00 


21.00 


Piedmont 


616.15 


20.00 


Double Springs 


350.00 


50.00 


Plains View 


75.00 


20.00 


Dover 


750.00 


60.00 


Pleasant Grove 


337.92 


42.70 


Eastside (KM) 








Pleasant HiU 


280.00 





Eastside (S) 


468.00 


60.00 


Pleasant Ridge 


332.00 


37.00 


Elizabeth 


712.63 


86.00 


PolkviUe 


74.81 


28.60 


ElMott Memorial 








Poplar Springs 


400.00 


43.00 


Emmanuel 


151.17 





Putnam Memorial 


130.00 


47.60 


Faith 


112.00 


17.00 


Ross Grove 


250.00 


28.50 


Fallston 


300.00 





Sandy Plains 


240.00 





Flint HiU 


156.00 





Shelby, First 


2,000.00 


200.00 


Grover First 


461.15 


25.10 


Shelby, Second 


700.00 





Highland 


132.00 





Temple 


120.00 





Kings Mountain 


302.00 


50.00 


Union 


75.00 


30.00 


KM First 


450.00 





Victory 


10.00 





KM Second 


233.32 





Waco 


300.00 


30.00 


Lattimore 


300.00 


27.00 


Wallace Grove 








Lawndale 


300.00 


20.00 


Westover 








Lily Memorial 


175.00 





Westview 


1,066.94 


80.00 


Love VaUey 


58.50 





Zion 


400.00 


44.40 


Macedonia 


110.00 





Zoar 


200.00 


50.00 


Midview 








TOTAL 


$19,208.75 


$1,552.10 



CHECKS RECEIVED AFTER SEPTEMBER 30 CREDITED TO 



YEAR OF 1969-70 



Joe E. Cabaniss, Treasurer 



R9 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
TREASURER'S REPORT 

Receipts and Disbursements for the Year 
October 1, 1968 - September 30, 1969 

GENERAL FUND 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 1968 $ 2,718.01 

RECEIPTS: 

General Mission Fund from Chruches $19,208.75 

Refunds- W. M. U 17.28 

N. C. Sales Tax 48.45 

Pleasant Ridge for basketball 14.00 

TOTAL RECEIPTS - $19,288.48 

Total To Be Accounted For $22,006.49 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Salaries 

Superintendent (Salary & Housing) .... $ 7,500.00 

Clerk-Treasurer 750.00 

Secretary 3,240.00 

TOTAL SALARIES $11,490.00 

Promotional 

W. M. U $ 24.08 

Sunday School 23.44 

Training Union 96.71 

Brotherhood and R. A 215.25 

Audio-visuals 26.00 

Evangelism 32.32 

Office Expense 1,050.43 

Special Emphasis 61.28 

Telephone 260.64 

TOTAL PROMOTIONAL $ 1,790.15 

SPECIAL 

Expense AUowance (Sup't. of Missions) ... $ 1,500.00 

Retirement and Insurance 490.08 

Convention and Conference Expense 500.00 

Utilities 129.70 

F. I. C. A. Taxes 454.50 

Christmas Gifts 200.00 

Printing of Minutes 1,422.61 

Office Rent 1,200.00 

TOTAL SPECIAL $ 5,896.89 

Total Disbursements $19,177.04 

Balance on Hand, September 30, 1969 $ 2,829.45 



HISTORY ACCOUNT 

Received from Churches $1,552.10 

Disbursements: 

SuppUes $ 75.59 

Salary, Secretary (Net) 219.00 

Total Disbursements 294.59 

Balance on Hand, September 30, 1969 1,257.51 



RIO 



SAVINGS FUND 

Savings Fund Balance Oct 1, 1968 $13,856.16 

Earnings (2 years) 1,445.38 

TOTAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT, September 30, 1969 ^ $15,301.54 



BUDGET FOR 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



1. SALARIES 1968.69 1969-70 

Supt. of Missions (Salary & Housing) $ 7,500.00 $8,000.00 

Clerk - Treasurer 750.00 750.00 

Secretary 3.240.00 3,600.00 

TOTAl $11,490.00 $12,350.00 



IL PROMOTIONAL: 

Sunday School and V. B. S 3 1 50.00 1 50.00 

Training Union 1 50.00 1 50.00 

Brotherhood 1 50.00 1 50.00 

R. A. (Postage - Conclave) 150.00 150.00 

Visual Aid and Equipment 75.00 75.00 

Church Music 50.00 50.00 

Evangelism 100.00 100.00 

Office Operating Expense 1 .000.00 1 ,000.00 

Office Telephones 220.00 260.00 

Special Emphasis (Crusade of Americas) 200.00 200.00 

Speaker's Honorarium 200.00 200.00 

W. M. U 200.00 200.00 

Historical Commission 100.00 100.00 

TOTAL $2,745.00 $2,785.00 



IL SPECIAL: 

Expense Allowance (Supt. of Missions) $ 1,500.00 S 1,500.00 

Retirement Fund 490.00 490.00 

Convention and Conference (So. Bapt.: State. 

Evangelistic. Missionary) 500.00 500.00 

Utilities 1 50.00 1 50.00 

F.I.C.A. (Social Security) ($250.00 for Supt.) . . . 450.00 500.00 

Christmas Gifts 200.00 200.00 

Printing of Minutes 1,500.00 1,200.00 

Rent 1 ,200.00 1 ,200.00 

Miscellaneous 250.00 250.00 

TOTAL $ 6,240.00 $ 5,990.00 

GRAND TOTAL BUDGET $20,475.00 $21,125.00 

Unanimously approved by Committee July 29, 1969 

Rev. J. E. Bishop, Chairman 
Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. 
Mr. R. K. Jones 
Mr. Joe E. Cabaniss 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
HISTORICAL DATA 



Dote Ploce of Meeting 

1925 Shelby First 

1926 Kings Mtn. First . .. 

1927 Double Shoals 

1928 Beaver Dam 

1929 Boiling Springs .... 

1930 Potterson Springs . . 

1931 Zion ... . . 

1932 New Bethel . 

1933 Patterson Grove ... 

1934 New Prospect 

1935 Poplar Springs 

19:s6 Pleosant Grove . . . 

1937 Bethlehem . . 

1938 Sandy Plains 

1939 Pleasant Hill . . . 

1940 Carpenter's Grove.. 

1941 Elizabeth 

1 942 New Hope 

1943 Shelby First and 
Double Springs .... 

1944 Boiling Springs 

and Flint Hill 

1945 FalUton and 

Waco 

1946 Union and 
Patterson Grove . . . 

1947 Ross Grove and 
New Bethel 

1948 Cosor and 

Shelby Dover, Night 
Shelby Second 

1949 Beaver Dam, 
Shelby Calvary, 
Shelby Dover 

1950 Double Springs, 
Gardner-Webb 
College, Night 
Double Shoals, 
Grover First 

1951 Plecant Hill, 
Temple, Kings Mtn., 
Poplar Springs .... 

1952 Lottimore, 
Bethany, 
Norman's Grove . . . 

1953 Shelby Calvary, 
New Buffalo, 
Shelby First 

1954 Kings Mountain 
Second, 
Lawndale, 

Oak Grove 

1955 Zion, 
Pleasant Ridge, 
New Prospect 

1956 Sandy Plains, 
Polkville, 

Shelby Eastside . . . 

1957 Gardner- Webb 
College, 

Boiling Springs .... 

1958 Elizabeth 

Shelby, SecorKi .... 

1959 Follston, 

New Bethel 

1960 P'eosant Ridge.... 

1961 Zoor 

1962 Kings Mtn., First . . 

1963 New Hope, Earl... 

1964 Waco 

1965 Lawndale, Zion.... 

1966 Double Springs .... 

1967 Shelby, First 

1968 David, 
Patterson Grove , . 

1969 Bethlehem, 



Intro. Sermon 

Rush Padgett . . 
G. P. Abernathy 

Zeno Wall 

J. L. Jenkins . . . 

C. J Black 

Wallace Hartsell 
L. L. Jessup . . . 

D. F. Putnam . . . 
T. J. Justice . . . 

Zeno Wall 

A. G. Sergeant . 
W. G. Camp . . . 

C. V. Martin . . . 
J. L. Jenkins . . . 
W. A. Hoffman . 
W. A. Elam . . 
A. M. Kiser . . 
W. P. Biggerstaff 

D. F. Putnam . . . 



W. A. Ayers . . . 
Zeno Wall 

C. C. Crow . . . . 
W. W. Harris . . . 

D. Boyd Cannon 
Jesse Blalock . . . 



Moderotor Clerk 

J. W. Suttle G. G. Page 

J. W. Suttle G. G. Page 

J. W. Suttle . G. G. Page 

J. W. Suttle G. G. Page 

J. W. Suttle . . G. G. Page 

J. W. Suttle J. V. DeVinney 

J. W. Suttle J. V. DeVinney 

J. W. Suttle J. V. DeVinney 

J. W. Suttle J. V. DeVinney 

J. W. Suttle J. V. DeVinney 

J. W. Suttle J. V. DeVinney 

J. W. Suttle J. V. DeVinney 

J. W. Suttle J. V. DeVinney 

J. W. Suttle J. V. DeVinne/ 

J. W. Suttle J. W. Costner 

J. W. Suttle J. W. Costner 

J. W. Suttle J. W. Costner 

J. W. Suttle J. W. Costner 

J. W. Suttle J. W. Costner 

J. W. Suttle J. W. Costner 

J. W. Suttle .• J. W. Costner 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 



. J. N. Barnett . . . 
. J. R. Cantrell. .. 
. Homer O. Baker 
. Harlan Harris . . 



. Burley S. Turner . 

. John E. Lawrence 

Oscar Funderburke 

. Harold House . . . . 
, T. W. Estes 



. J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

. J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

. J. W. Suttle Lawrence Roberts 

. C. C. Crow Lawrence Roberts 

. C. C. Crow Lawrence Roberts 

. C. O. Greene Lawrence Roberts 

. C. O. Greene Lawrence Rot»erts 



Rogers M. Smith . 
John r. Lawrence 
J. A. Bracey . . . . 
B. L. Kincaid . . . 
Leonard Thomas . 
Dr. A. B. Wood . . 
Coy Del linger . . . 
Joseph T. McClain 
Norman Brown . . 



E. B. Hicks . . . 
O. Funderburke . 



O. Funderburke 
O. Funderburke 
Horace Eo^om 
E. M. Smith 
E. M. Smith . . 
James Holder . 
James Holder . 
Jdmes Holder . 
C. A. Kirby, Jr. 



. Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

.Lawrence Roberts 

. Lawrence Roberts 

Lawrence Roberts 

Leroy Sisk 

Leroy Sisk 

Judv Blanton 

• Billy G. Washhurn 
.... Hugh Borders 



•James Stamey 



Patterson Springs W. J. Veamen, Jr. 



. .C. A. Kirby, Jr.. .Joseph E. Cabaniss 



James Stamey Joseph E. Cabaniss 



R12 



BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

The Associational Brotherhood Department got off to a good start with its first 
meeting held at Bethlehem Baptist Church on Tuesday, November 19, 1968 at 
7:30 P. M. This meeting was on Foreign Missions emphasis with the members of the 
WMU invited as guest. For our guest speaker we were fortunate in securing Mrs. 
David Lockard, foreign missionary on leave from Rhodesia. We had a good attendance 
at this quarterly meeting. 

Our meeting in February was cancelled due to the snow and we were unable to 
reschedule it. 

The R. A. Conclave was held this year at Zion Baptist at 6:00 P. M. on May 16, 
1969. Attendance was off at this meeting. A full report will be recorded by the 
associational R. A. Leader. 

Our August meeting was held at the Boiling Springs Baptist Church on the 
19th at 7:30 P. M. Due to some conflicts, our attendance was low. We were 
fortunate to have with us Rev. Harold Threatt, Pastor of Putnam Memorial, to bring 
us a very interesting program on Home Missions. Mr. Threatt explained how his 
church was piloting a program of estabUshing a Home Missions Board in his church. 
Everyone attending this meeting expressed interest and concern on his project. 

If any members of the Brotherhood Department may assist you at anytime, please 
let us hear from you. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Washburn, Jr. 
Brotherhood Director 



MUSIC COMMITTEE REPORT 

With the association music director serving as chairman, the Association Music 
Committee attempts to develop an associational music education program which can 
benefit every church, encourage the development of a music ministry in every church, 
and other activities, and work closely with the state and Southern Baptist Con- 
vention music departments coordinating their activities with the associational plans. 
During the past year the following activities were sponsored: 

We led the music for the annual associational meeting and furnished special music. 
Special music was provided for M-night. Each church was encouraged to have its own 
carol sing in December. Regional choir festivals were held at First Baptist Church, 
Shelby. Many of these participating choirs went on to the state festivals. The Music 
Committee sponsored two conferences in connection with the associational Vacation 
Bible School Clinic. 

In additional to the above activities, the Church Music Committee: (1) seeks to 
foster and encourage attendance to music camps and assemblies, (2) encourages use 
of our Baptist hymnals and other music pubUcations, (3) offers assistance to whatever 
degree possible to those chruches seeking and needing advice or suggestions regarding 
its music. 

It is our hope that during this year we can give individual help to the churches. 
This year it was our pleasure to assist in a personal way several of our churches in 
their music programs. We urge all churches to consider having a music school of some 
type during this year. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Van H. Ramsey 
(, Associational Director of Music 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 
MINUTES OF THE SEVENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION 

The 75th annual meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association was held at the Boiling Springs Baptist Church on October 16, 
1969 at 7:30 P.M. 

The theme for the meeting was "Seal us for service." 

Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter, W. M. U. Director, called the meeting to order after which 
Rev. Max Linnens, pastor of the Boiling Springs Baptist Church, welcomed those 
present 

Mrs. Allen Dixon led the congregation in singing "Hark, the Voice of Jesus Calling". 
Mrs. Conrad Beam was organist. 

The Call to Prayer was led by Mrs. P. A. Chne. 

During the business session Mrs. David Beam, chairman of the nominating 
committee, presented the report of her committee and the following officers were 
elected for the coming year: Director, Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter; W. M. S. Director, Mrs. 
Joe Hamrick; Y. W. A. Director, Mrs. Frances Wyatt; Sunbeam Director, Mrs. W. 
Gerald Osborne; and Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Thomas AustelL The G. A. Director 
and Assistant W. M. U. Director are yet to be elected. 

The treasurer's report and the proposed budget for 1969-70 were accepted. 

It was decided that the annual W. M. U. meeting be held in the spring and the 
following Place Committee was appointed: Mrs. Elvin Wright, Mrs. L. H. Ledford, 
and Mrs. Robert Randall. 

Mrs, Ledbetter announced that the Kings Mountain Association W. M, U. is an 
Advanced W. M. U. 

Mrs. John Berry Hamrick reported on the Ministry to the Deaf, telling about the 
organization of a sign language class at Cleveland Technical Institute and the formation 
of a Sunday School Class and worship service for the deaf at First Baptist Church in 
Shelby. Mrs. Emma Hambright who is working with the deaf at First Baptist pre- 
sented ways in which W. M. U. members can help with the project. 

A count was made of the number present from each church. There were 130 
representatives from 31 churches. 

Mrs. Allen Dixon sang "Seal Us, O Holy Spirit" and "Forth In Thy Name" 
after which Rev. C. O. Greene, Superintendent of Missions of the Kings Mountain 
Association, brought the message for the evening. Using the theme "Seal us for 
service", Mr. Greene urged W. M. U. members to be Christlike in every relationship 
of life and to give of themselves in genuine service to others. 

Mrs. Hugh Long and Mrs. James Monroe, assisted by the W. M. U. Director, 
presented the closing meditation. 

Mrs. Dixon led the group in singing the chorus of "Seal Us, O Holy Spirit" as 
the benediction. 

BY-LAWS FOR ASSOCIATIONAL W.M.U. 

ARTICLE 1: NAME. The name of this organization shall be Woman's 
Missionary Union, Auxiliary to the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE II: OBJECT: The object shall be to promote Christian mis- 
sions through the organizations of Woman's Missionary Union in the 
churches and missions of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE III: RELATIONSHIPS. 

Section 1. Woman's Missionary Union, Auxiliary to Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association, shall be the liaison organization between church 
organizations and the N. C. Woman's Missionary Union. 
Section 2. This associational Union shall recognize the autonomy of 
:hurch organizations as provided in the Baptist democratic proce&s of 
operation'. 

Section 3. Church organizations shall be recognized as units through 
which the object of this Woman's Missionary Union is accomplished, 
each responsible for its own program, and contributing to the work of 
the association. 

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Section 4. This associational Union shall be guided in its plan of work 
by the associational aims for Advancement. 

ARTICLE IV: MEMBERS. The members of Woman's Missionary Un- 
ion organizations in the churches and missions of the Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association shall constitute the membership. 
ARTICLE V: OFFICERS. 

Section 1. The officers shall be a President, Vice-President, Recording 
Secretary, Treasurer, YWA Director, GA Director, Sunbeam Band Di- 
rector, and others as needed. These officers shall be elected annually 
in a meeting- of the associational WMU and shall hold office for one 
year or until their successors are elected. The tenure of office shall be 
5 consecutive years. 

Section 2. These officers shall perform the duties set out for them in 
these By-Laws and the leaflet, "The Associational WMU." 
ARTICLE VI: NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS. 
Section 1. The nominating committee composed of 5 wom.en shall be 
nominated by the Nominating Committee, and elected by the associa- 
tional WMU to serve for one year. 

Section 2. The nominating committee shall nominate officers and pro- 
motional directors. Other nominations may be made from the floor. 
Section 3. The nominating committee, in event of a vacancy, shall 
present a nominee for the unexpired term for election by the associa- 
tional WMU (or the Executive Committee). 
ARTICLE VII: MEETINGS. 

Section 1. Day and/or night Associational WMU meetings (including 
business women) shall be held annually. 

Section 2. Other meetings shall be held as authorized by the Executive 
Committee. 

ARTICLE VIII: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers, 
promotional directors and any others desired. 

Section 2. The Executive Committee shall schedule the regular meet- 
ings of the organizations, plan the program of activities, hear reports 
and check progress on the Aims for Advancement. 

Section 3. Regular meetings of the Executive Committee shall be held 
quarterly. 

ARTICLE IX: PROMOTIONAL DIRECTORS. 

Section 1. There shall be directors of mission study, prayer, communi- 
ty missions, stewardship, and others as needed. 

Section 2. These directors shall furnish information for corresponding 
local chairmen, hold conferences, and carry out other plans as authorized 
by the Executive Committee. 
ARTICLE X: COMMITTEES. 

Section 1. There shall be committees standing or special as needed. 
Section 2. Committees, except those otherwise provided for, shall be 
appointed by the president. 

Section 3. The president shall be ex-officio member of all committees 
except the nominating committee. 

Section 4. The duties of these committees are such as are set forth 
in these By-Laws and the leaflet, 'The Associational WMU." 
ARTICLE XI: FINANCES. 

Section 1. The associational WMU shall adopt an annual budget, funds 
to be provided by WMU organizations in the Association. 
Section 2. These funds will be on 50 cent per W.M.S. member basis, 
and are to be sent to the Associational Treasurer by December 1. 
ARTICLE XII: PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY. The rules con- 
tained in Robert's RULES OF ORDER, REVISED or the Parliamentary 
section in the WMU Year Book shall g-overn the Union in all cases to 
which they are applicable. 

ARTICLE XIII: AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAWS. These by-laws may 
be amended at any regular meeting of the associational WMU provided 
the amendment has been submitted in writing at a previous meeting. 



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PROPOSED BUDGET 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

October 1, 1969 - September 30, 1970 

SUGGESTED RECEIPTS FROM CHURCHES: 

2400 WMS members @50(/ per member $1200.00 

From Associational Budget. . 200.00 

EXPENSES: 

DIRECTOR AND COUNCIL 

State Promoted Leadership Conference , 250.00 

(Director, Age Level Directors; Other 
conference leaders who will be selected by 
WMU Council) 

Ridgecrest (Director, Age Level Directors) 400.00 

State WMU Convention 125.00 

Travel @ 8^ per mile 135.00 

Southern Baptist Convention (Director) 200.00 

MATERIALS 

WMU Director 10.00 

WMS Director 10.00 

YWA Director 10.00 

GA Director 10.00 

Sunbeam Band Director 10.00 

AGE LEVEL PROGRAM 

WMS Fellowship 25.00 

YWA Activities 150.00 

GA Activities 150.00 

Sunbeam Band Activities 25.00 

ANNUAL WMU MEETING 

Guest Speakers 60.00 

Expense for Guests 25.00 

Printing, Program Supplies 30.00 

Mimeographing Supplies 100.00 

Postage 60.00 

Miscellaneous 60.00 



TOTAL $1,885.00 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

October 1, 1968 - September 30, 1969 

RECEIPTS 

Balance, October 1, 1968 $411.77 

Received from 42 Churches 710.50 

Refund (Black Mountain Trip) 6.95 

Total to be accounted for $1,129.22 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Director and Council 

State Promoted Leadership Conference 101.00 

Ridgecrest 139.68 

State WMU Convention 75.00 

Travel @ 8^ per mile 27.20 



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Materials 

WMU Director 2.18 

WMS Director 5.90 

GA Director 8.06 

Age-Level Program 

WMS Fellowship 3.50 ' 

Annual WMU Meeting 

Guest Speakers 10.00 

Expense for Guests 9.27 

Miscellaneous 31.58 

Total Disbursements 413.37 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 1969 715.85 

Contributions from Churches: 

Beaver Dam $ 8.50 New Hope $28.00 

Bethany 5.00 Norman's Grove 5.00 

Bethel 12.50 Oak Grove 15.00 

Bethlehem 19.00 Oak View 5.00 

Boiling Springs 64.50 Patterson Grove 7.50 

David 5.00 Patterson Springs 15.00 

Double Shoals 17.00 Pleasant Grove 23.50 

Dover 22.50 Pleasant Hill 12.00 

Eastside 17.50 Pleasant Ridge 7.50 

Elizabeth 23.00 PolkviUe 7.50 

Emmanuel 7.50 Poplar Springs 13.00 

FaUston 25.00 Putnam Memorial 10.50 

Flint Hill 18.00 Ross Grove 16.00 

Kings Mountain 35.00 Sandy Plains 12.00 

Kings Mountain, Second 8.00 Shelby, First 114.00 

Lattimore 13.00 Shelby, Second 25.00 

Lawndale 12.00 Temple 6.00 

Lily Memorial 3.50 Union 5.00 

Mount Sinai 6.00 Waco 9.00 

Mull's Memorial 3.00 Zion 23.50 

New Bethel 15.00 Zoar 10.00 

TOTAL $710.50 

KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 
W. M. U. TREASURER'S REPORT 

October 1, 1967 - September 30, 1968 



RECEIPTS: 

October 1, 1967 Bank Balance 

Received from sale of year books and manuals 
Received from Churches 

Allen Memorial 7.50 

Beaver Dam 10.00 

Bethany 5.00 

Bethel 25.00 

BetheUiem 21.50 

Boiling Springs 64.00 

Buffalo 5.00 

Calvary 16.00 

Casar 6.00 

Churchill Drive 10.00 

David 5.00 





438.11 




27.25 


Lily Memorial . . . 


6.00 


Macedonia 


10.00 


Mt. Sinai 


5.00 


New Bethel 


16.50 


New Hope. 


32.00 


New Prospect 


13.50 


Norman's Grove . . . 


5.00 


Oak Grove 


15.00 


Patterson Grove . . . 


8.00 


Patterson Springs . . 


9.50 


Piedmont 


7.50 



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Double Shoals 23.00 

Double Springs 26.50 

Dover 23.50 

Eastside, Shelby 21.00 

Elizabeth 59.00 

Emmanuel 7.50 

Faith 6.50 

FaUston 25.00 

Flint Hill 15.00 

Grover, First 19.00 

Highland 5.00 

Kings Mountain 35.00 

Kings Mountain, First 34.00 

Kings Mountain, Second ... 10.00 

Lattimore 16.00 

Lawndale 14.00 

Total Received from Churches 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

Mimeographing & Supplies 42.06 

Poster Material for Mission Study Chairman ... 7.61 

Mrs. John Baker - Car Expense Morganton 

Leadership Conference 6.30 

Treasurer - Small Record Book Stamped 

Envelopes, tape, and sixty Postal Cards 

to write Presidents, giving name of 

new treasurer 6.47 

President: Travel and Telephone Charges 136.16 

Lodging for Speaker at Governor's Inn 

on "M" Night 13.39 

Baptist Book Store: Manuals, Year Books, 

Leadership Guides, Teachers Helps and 

oneW. M. U. Zipper Case 61.68 

President's Expense to North American 

Woman's Convention, Washington, D. C. . . 200.00 
President and seven other Executive Board 

Members, State Meeting: 



Pleasant Grove . . , 


24.50 


Pleasant Ridge . . . 


6.00 


Pleasant HiU 


17.50 


PolkviUe 


15.50 


Poplar Springs . . . 


32.50 


Putnam Memorial . . 


5.00 


Ross Grove 


22.50 


Sandy Plams 


14.50 


Shelby, First 


154.00 


Shelby, Second . . . 


20.00 


Temple 


6.00 


Union 


9.50 


Waco 


14.00 


Westview 


19.50 


Zion 


26.00 


Zoar 


8.00 




1,037.50 




. 1,502.86 



Lodging 


68.00 


Parking fees 


2.50 


Cab Service 




(Icy Streets) 


4.65 


Meals 


63.00 


Extra Car 




Mileage 


17.60 


Lyle Thompson: Frame for 




1966-67 Honor Certificate 


2.06 


Frame for 1967-68 




Honor Certificate 


2.00 



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155.75 



4.06 
Y. W. A. Dinner and Accessories 104.58 

W, M. U. Association, New Bethel Church: 

Speakers: Mrs. C. C. Warren 15.00 

Mrs. Roy Snell 25.00 



Rev. Joel Jenkins 10.00 

Debbie Freeman 5.00 

Becky Wright 5.00 

60.00 

Car bringing missionary from 

Lincolnton 6.48 

Programs 47.38 113.86 

President: One Set "New W. M. U." SUdes and Teaching Posters 6.00 

Poster Boards 2.47 

President and Executive Board - Ridgecrest Expense 40.00 

Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter, President Elect: Advanced Expense for 

Leadership Conference at Black Mountain 150.00 

Prayer Chairman - Material for Prayer Retreat 8.25 

Gift for Retiring President after five years service 15.45 

Gifts for three Executive Board members (five years service each) .... 17.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 1,091.09 

BANK BALANCE, September 30, 1968 411.77 

In addition to the foregoing, I wish to state that aU Student Loans have been paid 
except one in the amount of $150.00. Information regarding this may be found in 
file. Efforts have been made to collect this, but to no avail. 

May I thank Kings Mountain Association W. M. U. for the joy in serving these 
past five years. 

Mrs. Carl L. Hamrick 

Retiring Treasurer, Sept. 30, 1968 



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CHURCH GROUPS IN THE 
KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 



LATTIMORE GROUP: 






Beaver Dam 
Boiling Springs 
Double Springs 


Flint Hill 
Lattimore 
Mount Sinai 


Pleasant Ridge 
Poplar Springs 
Sandy Plains 


POLKVILLE GROUP: 






Carpenter's Grove 
Casar 

Community 
Double Shoals 
Fallston 


Lawndale 
New Bethel 
Norman's Grove 
Plains View 


Polkville 

Union 

Zion 

Elliott Memorial 


SHELBY GROUP: 






Bethel 

Calvary 

Dover 

Eastside 

Highland 


Churchill Drive 
Shelby, First 
Shelby, Second 
Peach Street 
Putnam Memorial 


Zoar 

Lily 

Westover 


KINGS MOUNTAIN GROUP: 




David 

Eastside (KM) 

Faith 

Kings Mountain 

Kings Mountain, First 


Kings Mountain, 2nd 

Macedonia 

New Camp Creek 

Oak Grove 

Oak View 


Patterson Grove 
Piedmont 
Temple 
Westover 


GROVER GROUP: 






Allen Memorial 
Bethany 
Bethlehem 
Grover First 


Love Valley 
Midview 
New Buffalo 
New Hope 


Patterson Springs 
Pleasant Hill 
Victory 


WACO GROUP: 






Buffalo 

Elizabeth 

Emmanuel 


Mull's Memorial 
New Prospect 
Pleasant Grove 


Ross Grove 
Wallace Grove 
Waco 



ZIP CODES FOR OUR AREA 



Atlanta, Ga 30303 

Bessemer City 28016 

Birmingham, Ala 35203 

Blacksburg, S. C 29702 

Boiling Springs 28017 

Casar 28020 

Cherryville 28021 

Dallas, Texas 75201 

Earl 28038 

Ellenboro 28040 

Fallston 28042 

Fort Worth, Texas 761 16 

Gaffney, S. C ....29340 

Gastonia 28052 

Grover 28073 



Kings Creek, S. C 29719 

Kings Mountain 28086 

Lattimore 28089 

Lawndale 28090 

Lincolnton 28092 

Memphis, Tenn 38104 

Mooresboro 28114 

Nashville, Tenn 37219 

Polkville 28136 

Raleigh 27603 

Richmond, Va 23230 

Shelby 28150 

Vale 28168 

Waco 28169 



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